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...Students that undergo inquiry-based learning are conditioned to the unique thought process necessary in science and math subjects and will be prepared to approach all varieties of problem solving. This style of learning allows my students to comprehend the subject as a whole rather than a topic ...

...During their younger years I remained home to be with my children and it also gave me the opportunity to tutor students, from the young to college years. I have learned that tutoring is a combination of techniques that have led to the success of so many students. Not only is an open relationship important, I encourage communication with parents and teachers at all times.

...I have taught study skills as a major component of test prep tutoring, and full-year test prep "Community" classes for my 6th-8th grade students, preparing them for the full suite of state-mandated STAR tests. I even taught a one-year elective "Academy" class on organization. I taught swimming to 6th through 8th graders as a volunteer at the Hilltop YMCA in Richmond, CA.

I have always enjoyed math and wanted to be a high school math teacher! After completing my credential in 2008, I spent time teaching abroad in South America before returning home to teach in the Bay Area. I have taught algebra 1 support, algebra 1, geometry, algebra 2 advanced, and pre calculus classes over the years.

I am a graduate of UCSB where I obtained a B.A. in Mathematics and Economics with a 3.8 GPA. During my time in Santa Barbara I tutored college students in subjects such as calculus, linear algebra, differential equations and complex analysis. Since returning to Danville I have been working through...

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