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...I have taught Algebra 1 to many students, and have unique strategies to get students to understand the subject matter and therefore improve their performance in school. Having tutored a number of students in Algebra II, I possess extensive experience in this particular subject. Through my years...

...Personally, I like to approach education with an open mind and for a personal touch I can cater to the specific needs of all of students with a flexible time schedule, patience, and techniques to go about the material at hand for every student. I like to make lessons convenient for the student, ...

...My current job at a highly ranked public school has me managing around 50 students with different learning disabilities. As a Mathematics major in my undergraduate studies, I took 12 credits of Descrete Math. I also wrote my senior thesis on a Discrete Math topic to find the minimum number of moves to translate one graph into another.

...I start every engagement with a thorough consultation to analyze each student?s strengths and weaknesses. I spend extra time getting to know each student beyond the numbers. By getting to know the whole person, I avoid bumps in the road and am able to smoothly navigate a pathway to success.

...By teaching algebra, I intend to impart thoughtfulness when writing steps, keenness for review of work, and improved strategizing for problem-solving in students. Ultimately, I have students ready for their class exams and semester exams. I emphasize the development of a solid base of algebraic rules through organized algebraic work and articulation of concepts.

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