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...Work with advanced **math**ematical techniques and applications of those techiques to engineering problems. If you want a clear and concise explanation of various discrete **math**ematics topics and applications, I am your tutor. Selected areas of discrete **math**ematics:
Set Theory
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...In addition to my B.A. in **math**ematics, I have been tutoring Algebra 1 through Calculus for about 5 years with great success. My strategy generally includes confidence building, organization, and study skills in addition to helping students with the **math** material itself. Prealgebra is often a startling transition for students.

...I am a professionally certified elementary school teacher in three states and have been teaching for the past 20 years. I have worked with students who have special needs such as ADD, ADHD, LD, EMR, Apraxia, and those who suffer setbacks from diseases such as Meningitis. I have worked with mentally challenged students who require a slower pace and increased emphasis on fine motor skills.

...Beyond addressing the student's success in standardized testing, the overall goal is enhancement of his or her critical thinking skills, along with building the self-confidence to tackle the current trend in rising academic standards. As a professional educator for the past 21 years, I have an a...

...One of the core differences in teaching special education is the necessity of providing direct instruction in how to be a successful student. A large proportion of the students who are given these labels suffer from some form Executive Function disorders. By definition this means they have considerable difficulty with any activity requiring organization or sequencing.

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