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...I believe understanding the "whys" of math is the key to both using it effectively, and retaining the information. I've been playing with computers for years. About 6 years ago the interest moved into webpage development, and then (about 4 years ago) into programming.

...My teaching style is non-judgemental and intended to help you easily switch between Standard and colloquial English as the situation requires. I enjoy helping students with pre**algebra**, since it forms the foundation on which **algebra**--one the the most generally useful branches of mathematics--is b...

...I was fortunate to have an exceptional geometry teacher. More than the geometry, I learned the power and importance of the proof over the axiom. With a solid foundation **algebra** one, geometry, and proofs I was able to gain a deep understanding of **algebra** two concepts.

...This led me to an assistantship with the math department at Clemson University during graduate school. Here I taught Business Calculus and Statistics while grading papers and holding office hours. After graduate school, I spent nine years as a statistician with a defense contractor, big six consulting firm, and a couple of internet start-ups.

...Fifteen years experience in dealing with a wide range of difficulties in learning math, both in the classroom and in tutoring. Prior to becoming a teacher, I was a technical writer. I have experience in the classroom and in tutoring with supporting students in decoding, reading comprehension, and developing writing activities including individual paragraphs and multi-paragraph essays.

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