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...Involved some 70 students who could not come to campus to obtain this type of tutoring. * An early adopter of: ... Pearson's MyMathLab and McGraw-Hill's ALEKS computer-based programs; ... Socrative.com in support of a flipped-classroom paradigm; ... Mathematica and Wolfram/Alpha to support stude...

...I teach the finer details of the more complicated step patterns, always breaking them down to their basic elements. Students that start with me progress faster because they have a solid foundation of understanding the movement when they dance. I get great reviews on my lessons from all my students.

...This job provided me with opportunities to work with primary grade students (K-3rd) as well as deepening my understanding of the math curriculum in the early grades. I hold M.A. certification in elementary education (K-8). I have the knowledge and experience to be an effective tutor for ISEE pr...

...Students are 1st introduced to the use of logic in high school geometry, and this is a new skill to develop, and essential to complete proofs. This is the biggest help I give Geometry students - I have them approach a problem both from the conclusion, working backward ("for this to be true, what do I need? How can I get that?") and forward ("Given this, what does it do for me?

...I have taught all age groups from kindergartner to graduate/professional students during my own teaching career of almost 30 years. I have also taught students who were not able to perform well in math and science while in primary and middle school. I am consistent and patient.

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