R. Earle HarrisEmail the Author: r dot earle dot harris at gmx dot com
If you would like Euclid to be part of your curriculum, I am available to help. An indication of my approach can be found in the "Instruction" sections of the Everymind's Euclids. I am not a certified teacher. The observing teacher(s) would supply that need. My place is to show how Euclid is learned and how the immense value of his work is brought into the consciousness of the students. I currently do not have a passport, but I can get one. I could help anywhere the students have a modest command of English. I am more interested in Euclid than in money. You must supply a place for me to stay and an economically just expression of your gratitude, which would vary by the context of the school.
Private School Mathematics Teacher
Or if you are a private school with actual academic standards (i.e., you fail the failures) and take no part in the teacher credential system, I would enjoy the teaching of Euclid, analytic geometry, algebra, the Calculus, and linear algebra -- all from the standpoint of understanding, as De Morgan and Todhunter show by their example. I can also teach Chinese, taijiquan, and sitting meditation. Given the world's current abuse of technology, I would not want to teach programming, as I would not want to feel responsible for the experience that would await my students.
My email (in spam-proof form) is above.
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