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...If you share a similar outlook to education, please contact me to see if I can help. My first sessions are a team effort with both students and parents, and help lay the groundwork for fundamental success. I keep in regular touch with parents on feedback and give deep explanations of what is going on.

...As I have grown, this curiosity and excitement has remained constant, and I have discovered a love for sharing it with others. I believe that curiosity and excitement are necessary to bring out the best in students, encouraging them to outperform expectations and pursue learning for the sake of ...

...As a full-time classroom teacher for 9 years, I have advised and/or mentored hundreds of students, helping them establish, maintain, and improve personalized systems that help them organize, prepare, and master their course work. I have taught study skills as a major component of test prep tutor...

...I worked with one student in Algebra 1 at the end of the year to prepare for her final and just a few weeks she raised her grade from a C- to B+. I have experience teaching Algebra 2 in the classroom to students with learning difficulties. I have tutored students in Algebra 2 as well. One student who I tutored throughout the school year maintained an A- average.

...I have a Bachelors in Mathematics and have a formal mathematical training which enables me to communicate the ideas and concepts behind mathematical formulas in a clear way. Consequently, memorization of mathematical formulas is not the optimal path to learning mathematics. I tutored lower division mathematics at the University of California, Berkeley for at least one year.

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