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...Algebra is one of my favorites to teach. I have a Math Degree from Cal State Northridge and taught Algebra I , Geometry, Algebra II, Trig, and Calculus for eleven years. I enjoy Math and teaching math to others.

...My own children have all been fluent by age 4 in both English and Spanish, so my experience spans both school and self-directed learning environments. I am a former university teacher and language learning system designer. I am also an experienced interpreter/translator, fully bicultural in English and Spanish.

...The most elegant aspect of mathematics for me is its empirical structure: the more you continue using every piece of it, the deeper you direct your study of it. I believe most students will find the second part of Algebra to be a welcome return to ideas introduced to them before Geometry. Most of my experience as a tutor has been centered on the topics encountered in this subject.

...I tutor Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 subjects beginning with grade 5 through college/university undergraduate studies. I assess each students needs and prepare a "Lesson Plan" for the tutoring session. During the session; I answer questions from students, help them solve homework assignments, and prepare them for quizzes, exams and tests.

...This includes hands-on assistance with organization, time management, advocacy, as well as establishing study and work habits that lead to a more positive overall educational experience. My goal is to help my students discover his/her best (and most fun) way to engage with the material presented...

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