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...I approach Algebra 1 from a stand point of learning the steps of single variable problem solving and the techniques needed to solve for those variables. Algebra 2 is an extension of Algebra 1. Techniques needed for solving problems in Algebra 1 are needed in Algebra 2.

...I have helped failing students obtain As and Bs and am a very patient teacher. I like understand how my student takes in information and use their comprehension style when I teach so as to optimize my time with the student. I have a love of languages so I enjoy every moment of teaching French and want to spread knowledge of the language.

...I am currently working as an AP Calculus AB teacher at a charter school. Outside of the classroom, I serve as a tutor for other AP calculus students. I have over 3 years of experience teaching Pre-Calculus in the classroom.

...I?m capable of reducing the material into digestible chunks without losing sight of the big picture. I have been happily tutoring Statistics for the last 5 years and look forward to many more fruitful tutoring sessions. My Credentials include the following 11 credit units: Intro to Probability and Statistics, Statistics with Computer Application, and Graduate level Advanced Statistics.

...As a tutor, I teach organizational techniques that simplify memorization tasks, and emphasize thinking in the "big picture" to avoid getting bogged down in minutia. Students often come to discover that mastering just a handful of fundamental concepts can make learning large volumes of material fairly painless. In fact, the rules of chemistry are very simple.

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