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...I love math, and it is very rewarding to see the shift in attitude about math that comes with a new level of success. It can be life changing. Success in math tutoring requires three things: providing a clear explanation, participating in patient back and forth to insure understanding, and encouraging the student to do the work to cement the subtleties of the material.

...I have worked as both an in-home tutor and in-center tutor. And I was also a writing coach/academic tutor during my time in graduate school at the University of San Francisco. The teaching experience that I had at the University of San Francisco was particularly rewarding because I was able to work with students who had learning disabilities.

...I have never lost touch with the opening concepts of mathematical analysis. I think the beauty of the Real Number Line is the starting point for conversations with students that can easily relieve the germ of "math anxiety" that so frequently distracts them from future success in their studies. Precalculus mathematics tend to confuse most folks because of the eclectic array of topics.

...I've been tutoring math for almost ten years, in subjects ranging from elementary math through calculus. I recently graduated with a degree in mathematics from the University of La Verne, and an currently in the teaching credential program there, on my way to becoming a high school math teacher....

...To this end, I encourage students to think actively about the meaning of a problem and roughly estimate the answer they'd expect, where possible, as well as guiding them gradually through the steps of a solution to demonstrate the ways in which what we know can flow naturally into what we need. ...

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