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I started teaching during the summer of my 10th grade, and have been teaching for 10 years ever since that summer. Throughout my time as an undergraduate at Columbia University, I tutored SAT Math and was a teaching assistant for various college courses. After graduating, I began teaching full-time with THINK Global School as a math teacher for grades 9, 10, and 11.

...I use real-life examples, visual aids, and other tools to demonstrate the practical uses of math. I have lots of patience and work with students of all ages. I am flexible most of the time but I do ask for a 24 hour cancellation notice.

...My goal is to make sure you understand the rules. My mathematical background includes algebra, geometry, trigonometry, 3 semesters of calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, and a year of statistics. In addition, my research required that I use my math skills on a daily basis to analyze data and design experiments.

...During this time, I learned how to formulate formal 5e lesson plans and in these lessons, we were encouraged to make the Exploration an adventure so they can discover the objective on their own with some guidance from the teacher. This semester (Spring 2013) I am teaching a 7th grade math regula...

As a tutor, I have worked with students in math ranging from arithmetic through trigonometry. My method is to see where the student is at and build from there making sure that the student not only understands how to work the problem, but also why the answer is correct. The idea is to take something complex and break it down into simple steps that are easier to follow.

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