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...I provide rates for group instruction or individualized time for these operations as needed. Please inquire if your organization needs tutoring! I tutor from my home, through online avenues (WyzAnt, Skype, Google+), and very limited in-person sessions - I have availability weekday evenings and some weekends.

...I have thought a lot about the mechanism of developing a concept, presentation, talk and then how to deliver so everyone in the audience understands. Growing up I hated public speaking so I have a good sense of what it takes to get to a place where you would rather be in front of a crowd talking about a topic you care about than anywhere else. I would love to help others find that place too!

...I will teach you/your child creatively, find the right approach for you and help you overcome your challenges. My students regularly achieve higher grades and build increased confidence. I have more than 8 years of experience teaching in high schools and community colleges, as well as working with private students.

...My areas of expertise are Pre-Algebra, Algebra (1 and 2), Geometry, and Pre-Calculus. I have also helped students prepare for tests such as SAT and MCAS. I strive to explain math concepts in a way that each student can understand and am most complimented when I am told that I have accomplished this.

...A student who can easily factor a quadratic equation with multiple techniques may misunderstand "simpler" ideas, such as the meaning of negative exponents. A student who can visualize compound transformations of a sine function on a graph may struggle with fractions and ratios. A student who can solve complex equations in her head might be lost when presented with a number line.

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