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...I have lectured finite math at UIC, which includes a number of discrete math topics including introductory combinatorics. I have also passed an exam in discrete math for another tutoring service and have several years of experience tutoring students there in discrete math. In addition I have tutored numerous students in discrete math at UIC and elsewhere.

...But I also learn it for the martial ability. I myself am not the biggest or strongest person around, I am average weight, height, and body size. However I have trained myself and others to be able to defend against and defeat opponents of larger size and greater strength.

...I have experience with using manipulatives and other techniques to teach basic math skills and concepts. I student taught fourth and fifth grade students and have worked with 2nd, 4th, and 6th grade students for the past year at my current school. I am certified in Orton-Gillingham reading instruction and received training in reading instruction as part of my masters degree.

...I think that I can persuade any student that math is not only interesting and fun, but beautiful as well. I have taught Algebra 2 in a high school and at Indiana University. I think that I can persuade any student that math is not only interesting and fun, but beautiful as well.

...My approach to teaching someone to use any technology is to develop not only routine skills, but also capacity to learn new features. I have experience tutoring math all the way up through Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus. My approach involves having the student work through problems aloud as I listen for conceptual stumbling blocks.

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