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...I assess those abilities early in our sessions together, and incorporate practice as needed. Then students are more successful in learning the so-important skills in Algebra such as solving equations and inequalities, graphing functions, factoring, solving word problems. I make sure they maste...

...I have also trained new associates in basic economics. I worked for two years with the leading in-home tutoring group in the area. I've had success with helping students learn active reading techniques to bring a more critical approach to their reading and improve their speed during standardized tests.

...I was valedictorian of my high school class, and I have an honors degree in math from Harvard. During college I was a Teaching Assistant at the Harvard Extension College, working with members of the local community in a variety of subjects. After that, I worked for 35 years doing economic research and software development -- fields in which logic and math are used every day.

...This course takes the Calculus knowledge base a step further and creates new ways of problem solving and critical thinking. There are techniques to solve certain equations which allow students to understand other similar problems. My background in Greek comes mainly from my family.

...There are many ways to look at a problem in Algebra. Depending on the student's learning style, I teach different techniques to help solve problems, including tricks with factoring, divisibility and always include refreshers from Pre-Algebra and Algebra I. Math is cumulative and every skill must be understood along the way.

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