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...That way even the most complex operations involving fractions can be simplified, so anyone can master them - even kids who used to find using fractions to be very challenging! There are many different reasons why children can have difficulty with reading, which must be handled in different ways....

...Also as a librarian, I have taught information literacy skills to undergraduate and graduate students for three years. I work with students in all levels of mathematics, from algebra to calculus and also SAT preparation. Whether you just want some extra help preparing for a test or you want regular sessions to help you get back on track, I will be happy to help!

...I have attended workshops and classes to help me better prepare for SAT testing as well as PARCC testing. I went to school for English and have been teaching students writing techniques for years. If you have any questions feel free to contact me.

...I stress problem solving skills and like to use demonstrations and physical models to explain abstract concepts. For example, I teach molecular shapes using marshmallows and tooth picks that a student can manipulate so see what a molecule looks like and how you could change the shape for various conditions. For the last 3 years I have taught adjunct Chemistry classes at Ursinus College.

...I recently graduated from Villanova University where I was a teaching assistant for two years and I also have had experience tutoring **prealgebra**. I tutor math up to calculus and took honors precalc in high school as well. I got a 760 on the SAT math section.

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