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...I also enjoy experiencing students making the transition from hating **math** to loving it. In addition to Math and Reading, I also teach writing, test-taking skills, and organization. I have tons of resources from over 20 years of teaching and tutoring, including books, workbooks, and hands-on material to help students "see" complex or difficult concepts.

...I was chosen by the Dean of Mathematics and Sciences to teach statistics to high school students in our "get ahead "program. This program allowed qualified high school students from local feeder schools to enroll in college courses during their junior and/or senior year. I am proud to say that I was the ONLY **math** professor given a class of ALL high school students.

...I have over 10 years of Elementary Math teaching and tutoring experience. I've taught developmental as well as GED Math for a various community colleges in the South Suburbs. I cover all areas of basic computation, Algebra, and Geometry...all needed for the ideal ACT score.

...I understand all aspect of elementary **math** including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. I understand the concept of turning word problems into numerical problems and the importance of making the connection of elementary **math** to algebra. I have 8 years of experience with the kin...

...I have also helped a friend of mine that was having trouble in **math** at Elmhurst College. I feel that I am a very patient tutor, and can greatly help children learn material that they are struggling in. I do not give them the answers, but rather push them in the right direction, and make sure that it sticks with follow-up questions.

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