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I am a graduate student who has recently returned from studying abroad in Europe and am finishing work on my two Master's Theses. My graduate work is in Applied Behavior Analysis, Motivation and Learning. I specialize in working with children with behavioral issues.

...I can help your child to master all the basic graphemes of the English language and learn to recognize and decode them in written material. We can use your child's school materials or put together a Phonics notebook to help encode (spell) and decode (read) the English language using Phonics. I love to work with young students and introduce them to the joy of reading through Phonics.

...As a math department tutor, I was given the opportunity to help college students of all levels, from basic college math to upper division courses and statistics. I have also done private tutoring for the last ten years with all ages, ranging from elementary students to adults. I am comfortable tutoring any level of math, including test prep, as well as economics.

...For example, (1+2) * 3 = 9 could be written as (a+b) * c = n. Variables, integers, fractions, decimals, percentages, etc. being converted from one to another. Examples: 25% = 1/4 = 0.25 or to say 1/4 of 1.00 = 0.25 or 25% a - 9 = 20 or 20 + 9 = a (a + 2) (a + 2) = ? (I can show you the answer...

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