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...Sometimes writing can be stressful because we all want to write our perfect piece on the first attempt. I try to work with students at breaking down the task into steps, developing thoughts, creating a structure, and then organizing them in a cohesive manner. My background in teaching special e...

...There are many ways to look at a problem in Algebra. Depending on the student's learning style, I teach different techniques to help solve problems, including tricks with factoring, divisibility and always include refreshers from Pre-Algebra and Algebra I. Math is cumulative and every skill must be understood along the way.

...In 2015-16, I tutored the entire general chemistry curriculum at Boston University, and am extremely familiar with the specific problem sets and exam-type questions. Chemistry is best understood when first broken down into simple concepts. Once these fundamentals are mastered, students begin to...

Hi, I am an adult professional with three children of my own. I am currently making a career change and attending Cambridge College to obtain my MEd to teach mathematics at the high school level. I obtained a BS in Physics in 1994 from MCLA and helped pay my way through college tutoring some physics and astronomy, but mostly mathematics.

...My approach to teaching calculus is to (a) ensure the student has a good intuitive grasp of these three basic ideas; (b) expose the student to derivations of some of the simpler formulas; and (c) help student to solve problems and to memorize the required formulas; and (d) exposing students to th...

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