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...Since 2003, I've tutored dozens of students for hundreds of hours in algebra 1 and 2 for coursework and for standardized tests (the Math level 1 and 2 SAT Subject test and the Accuplacer). I've also written and edited sections of workbooks, teacher editions, exams, and software packages for algeb...

...I've worked with students at most of the high schools and universities in the Boston area, and I Skype with students around the world. I see students every day of the week; I'm always thinking about teaching. Check out my student feedback page to read what students say about what it's like to w...

...Having witnessed ?learned helplessness? and math phobias, both in school settings and beyond, I strive to help students to develop positive attitudes regarding mathematics. Mathematics is a stepping stone, not just a frustrating high school class. I use my energy and enthusiasm to promote positivity and active learning, helping all students access the mathematics curriculum.

...I have worked with elementary, middle and high school students both while in high school and during university. I also worked as a teaching assistant and ran a series of classes during MIT's Independent Activities Period (IAP) for other students, faculty and staff. I can meet near Alewife, Harv...

...Although not emphasized in mathematics curricula as it used to be, trigonometry is one of the most useful subjects. For instance, it can be used for figuring unknown distances to inaccessible places. Having taught physics for years, trigonometry has been a part of many of the activities.

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