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...I am a certified math teacher with a master of education degree. I am currently teaching high school math and I have taught the course College Algebra Trig several times. I am familiar with the content and I have resources to teach Trigonometry hands on.

...Though I have an extensive liberal arts background, please note that I am equally adept at tutoring algebra, algebra II, geometry, and advanced forms of arithmetic. In fact, for the last seven years, a significant portion of my tutoring business has consisted of adults who need to relearn compli...

...Although I do not have any prior educational teaching experience, I took all honors/AP math and science courses while at Stevenson. I plan to major in computer science at Ohio State. I work very well with children; last summer I worked as a camp counselor at Henry Horner Day Camp with 5/6th grade boys.

...I have helped many students to prepare for PRAXIS and PRAXIS II exams. My experience tutoring and teaching mathematics, English and the physical sciences at the college level qualify me to do so. My experience as a trainer and business manager further bolster my ability to help students to succeed with PRAXIS.

...The way I teach and tutor algebra is simple. You first have to figure out what the question is looking for then go step by step making sure you write everything down and then coming to the correct answer. I would work at the student's pace and make sure they understand the basics since you do a large amount of work with equations which are problems with an equal sign in them.

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