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...Now I teach a number of violin students, helping them reach their goals - whether it be to prepare for Districts or All-State auditions, youth orchestra auditions, help with school orchestra pieces, further their study to improve their technique and sound, or just learn some fun songs to gain a f...

...I learn from my students how to teach them. I went to college during The Sixties and bring the passion of that period to each tutoring session. With careers in newspaper copyediting and computer programming, I can help you with your writing or your **math**.

...A thorough exploration of triangles and their applications to algebra and the coordinate plane are a detailed, intricate topic that looks great on a college application but is a challenge to truly understand and succeed at. I've taught the concepts of Trig countless times, and really enjoy shari...

...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?

...Pre-calculus is the gate-keeper course for transition to calculus, and is therefore as important as calculus itself for those intending or needing to study higher **math**ematics. Typically it includes a review of basic algebra topics; various types of functions--including trigonometric and polynomi...

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