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...It is critical, before going into pre-algebra, that students have a firm command of arithmetic. My experience is that many such students have troubles adding and subtracting fractions, and my first task with such students is to make sure that they have mastery of that kind of calculation. Much ...

...I am confident I will be able to help you. I strive to make efforts to create enjoyable, creative as well as informational learning process for students.I am a native Mandarin speaker, experienced with teaching Chinese to adults and kids! I have worked with STATA for more than 4 years, both in applied econometrics or statistics classes and work project.

...My academic research is in cognitive science, and thus I think a lot about how people think and how to best teach the most basic building blocks of mathematical thought. For the first decade of my professional career I taught students in classrooms, and for the second decade I have conducted academic research on how minds and brains learn best. Together, these experiences help me help you!

...In addition to the SohCahToa definition of trig functions (using the right triangle), I teach students the Unit Circle approach: the definitions of the six trigonometric functions, the radian measure of angles, and finding exact values of these functions for special angles. Once these skills are...

...This makes it a challenge to many. By practicing and reviewing some topics you may have forgotten or had never seen, a person can succeed! ACT is similar to the SAT but has a different format and you should pay attention to the schools that you apply to.

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