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...My most recent tutoring was at Therrell High School teaching AB Calculus. My college coursework included Calculus I-III, Discrete Math, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations and Probability and Statistics. My goal is to not just work for you but with you.

...Also, the School of Modern Languages at Georgia Tech has provided me with a solid foundation in Spanish as I have taken multiple high level Spanish courses to obtain a minor. My teaching style involves patience and repetition. I also like to include audio and visual components in order for students to be able to hear and see how the words are pronounced and articulated.

...I was the math department chairperson during the last 3 years of my teaching experience. I taught all levels of high school math, including Support, Advanced, and AP levels. I taught Georgia's curriculum equivalent to Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry and Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus, I also taught AP Statistics for 4 years.

...I know that takes time and consistency, both of which I am more than willing to provide. I am a former math teacher, and a former teacher educator. I have a bachelor's degree in Applied Math from Brown University, and a Masters and PhD in Cognitive Psychology, also from Brown University.

...I always try to help my students understand new concepts in terms of those with which they are already familiar. I patiently break down new formulas and processes until they look like familiar ones. I observe their current problem-solving strategies to figure out their weaknesses and train them to discover the best practices that work for them.

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