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I have been teaching high school **math** for the past ten years in Park Ridge, IL, but I live in North Center, Chicago. I have taught many courses including Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Advanced Algebra, College Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Pre Calculus, as well as ACT review. I also have years of experience teaching a curriculum aligned to common core standards.

...My profile lists my approximate availability for regular weekly sessions. I'm also available on most weeknights and weekends for one-time, short-notice sessions for things like upcoming tests and essays. I will provide all necessary materials for each tutoring session, including assessments so that every student and parent can keep track of the progress they are making.

...I specialize in **math** grades K - 9 including Algebra 1. I have been a teacher for 12 years (mostly teaching middle school **math**) and have lots of experience working with kids from a variety of academic strengths. If your child needs extra help in **math** or needs to be challenged in a new way I am here to help!

...My first job was at Honey Butter Fried Chicken as a savory line cook, and I am now a pastry cook at Nico Osteria. I am familiar with both culinary techniques as well as baking and patisserie. I have had experience teaching baking as well.

...Step 1 is to making learning interesting -- if you are not interested, it is very difficult to learn anything. Step 2 is to figure out what you need to help you remember, figure out, discover, articulate and demonstrate what you know, in a way that is acceptable for your purpose. (This might be ...

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