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...If a student is having problems in **geometry**, it is usually do to difficulty with proofs, difficulty with visualization, or general weakness in math. In addition to helping the student with current assignments, I will help them overcome the general problems I identify. I have a math degree from Johns Hopkins, current 790 math SATs, and have helped students improve from F to A.

...That being said, it's important to note that I enjoy teaching at any level, so whether you're a beginner or very experienced, we'll have plenty to talk about. I have developed software in C/C++, Java, Pascal, FORTRAN, Basic, and various macro languages. I have a combined 14 years of on-the-job experience developing 'C/C++' code.

...To this end, I expect all of my students to work, but I don't expect them to understand the material the first (or fifth) time around. I also expect that we might have to get creative in how we explain the material, either using diagrams or physical objects or finding a metaphor that fits for that student. I'm willing to put in that work so long as the students are.

...Algebra is all about how fast something is moving. Calculus is about how fast something is accelerating. Getting from Algebra to Calculus requires a touch to change the way the student sees formulas and equations.

...I graduated from Bloomsburg University in December of 2001 with a Secondary Education-Math Degree. I also attained my Masters Degree in Education specializing in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment. Aside from teaching in a school setting, I have been tutoring for almost 13 years (on and off) in all grade levels.

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