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...I give each student the individual instruction that he or she needs to begin to feel comfortable with difficult concepts and problems. Given my level of experience, I also know that there may be more than one approach to solving math problems, and I will help each student find the one that is most appropriate for him or her. My success is truly measured by the success of my students.

...Allow me to show you my skill sets. As a teacher, I have numerous opportunities to public speak in front of students and faculty alike. I have also taken public speaking in college and have been taught the "tricks" to sound convincing and believable.

...I truly love teaching Statistics at any level because it is truly a mathematical discipline that can be easily applied to real world situations. As a 12th grade teacher, I have often tutored students about mathematical concepts that they had difficulty with on the SAT. I have been teaching AP Statistics for the past three years.

...I enjoy teaching university-level students and have provided educational workshops for all age groups. I love the opportunity to tutor students and help them reach their full potential in learning about psychology and furthering their studies. I am also currently seeing clients privately in a p...

...Students who struggle with basic math can feel very behind when they take higher level math. Unfortunately, there is no time for the teacher to go back and reteach or for the student to relearn these concepts. I generally assess the student's level to identify his or her "problem areas" and incorporate the misconceptions into the problems of his or her current math subject.

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