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High School Physics - 2 of 2 Semesters (Flex Class + Live Meetings)

The second semester of a full-year course on high school-level physics, to stimulate curiosity, fulfill homeschooling requirements, and accommodate students with busy schedules. Optional lab work and weekly live "office hour" meetings.
Kelsey P. Payne ケルシー先生
301 total reviews for this teacher
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No live meetings
Over 18 weeks
13-18
year olds
6-10
learners per class
per learner - per week

How does aFlexible Schedulecourse work?

No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat

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Class Experience

Students who dedicate themselves in completing this course will: 

 ・ Be familiar with the basic principles and natural laws that govern the physical world
 ・ Understand and utilize mathematical formulas for their evaluative and predictive power
 ・ Have the opportunity to appreciate the history of scientists and concepts that contributed to the scope of past and present physics
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At a Glance
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 + Magna cum laude graduate in philosophy with honors and concentrations in Japanese studies and religion
 + Praxis II 5161 (Mathematics Content Knowledge) certification-holder
 + 2nd Level JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) certification-holder
 + Member of the 2007 International Scholar Laureate Program Delegation on Diplomacy & International Relations in the People's Republic of China 

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I'm a professional math, philosophy, logic, and language tutor, writer, and super-learning advocate. I am certified through the Praxis II (5161) exam to teach high school mathematics (pre-algebra through calculus), but my range of subjects has included ACT/SAT test prep, college-level mathematics, science, logic, languages, and philosophy. 

As of March of 2019, I have had over 1000 registered tutoring hours on top of 3+ years of experience teaching in the classroom. This background, coupled with my bent for lifelong learning, has given me a knack for finding and rounding out students' weak spots and boosting their confidence in themselves. I've helped many students find the joy in learning math, language, and philosophy by helping them "crack the code" and dissolve the illusion so often impressed on us that everything about these subjects is difficult, complicated, or even impenetrable. It's not.

See my Teacher Bio below for further details.
Homework will be assigned from chapters of the text that students will be expected to complete prior to moving on to the next lesson. These will be submitted either by Google Forms or Google Docs depending on the required format.

Students will additionally have short checks for understanding(called "Mastery Checks" or "MCs") posted after each lesson to test for comprehension. Students are expected as part of their homework to complete a short Google Form with the answers to each MC before moving on to the next lesson.

Optional lab work (for extra credit) will also be available, details of which will be announced at the start of the course.
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Checks for understanding (called "Mastery Checks" or "MCs") will be posted following each lesson to review material and test for comprehension. Students are expected as part of their homework to complete a short Google Form with the answers to each MC before moving on to the next lesson.

There will also be a mid-semester and a cumulative end-of-semester assessment (in the form of timed quizzes) proffered for a test grades.
No live meetings, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.

Teacher

Kelsey P. Payne ケルシー先生
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Lives in the United States
Japanese Studies, Philosophy, and Math Educator for First Principles Thinkers
301 total reviews
133 completed classes

About Me

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At a Glance
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 + Magna cum laude graduate in philosophy with honors and concentrations in Japanese studies and religion
 + Praxis II 5161 (Mathematics Content Knowledge) certification-holder
 + 2nd Highest Level JLPT (Japanese... 
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