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...I always make sure to come prepared with additional examples to accompany the material we are covering, so as to ensure that your child achieves a full grasp of the topic or concept. I try my best to make learning fun for every child. When possible, I incorporate educational games to make it easier for the material to be digested.

...I regularly use the tools of rhymes, onset rimes, word building, segmentation, and decoding to help students learn phonics. My Montessori and Lexia certifications offer a variety of ways to build emergent reading and literacy skills. I look forward to applying my teaching and tutoring skills to help your child grow as an excited, accomplished learner.

...I currently teach Anatomy at the university level, but more importantly, I was a student; twice, in fact. While earning my undergraduate degree, I was also on the baseball team. Spending 20-40 hours/week on the field while working on my degree obviously required some major planning.

...I recently wrote a Common Core based first grade reading/writing curriculum for my previous school. I taught elementary **math** for 5 1/2 years, in 1st, 2nd, and 4th grades. My favorite **math** to teach in 4th grade was long division, double-digit multiplication, and geometry.

...In this role, I've benefited from a mastery of quantitative analysis and a pragmatic understanding of how influence is best achieved. I took algebra beginning in 5th grade and scored an 800 on the **math** section of my SAT (and 790 on the similar section of the GRE). Algebra provides a solid found...

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