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...Thanks!I have a lot of experience (10+ years) in teaching and in developing study guides/strategies, such as taking tests, managing your time, meeting challenges, studying, learning, memorizing, etc. I have been teaching for over 17 years and have worked with many diverse types of learners. I w...

...I strive to tailor my teaching to their needs. One question that students always ask me is "why am I studying **algebra**, will I ever use it?". I always try to make things relevant for my students and make them realize they need a good education and they need **algebra** in order to get their diploma.

...It's very rewarding and I love to see how the children improve as I work with them! I took Math courses all throughout college so I'm proficient in math and able to explain it clearly to students as well. As for English qualifications- being a psychology major, I had to write tons of essays and reports so I'm very familiar in the English subjects.

...I spent 7 months in France, where I worked as an English-language teaching assistant, too, so I am well equipped in the preparation of lessons. Earned an A in geometry in high school. I still possess those notes, and have assisted college students with the understanding of the subject matter, for those who took any collegiate pre-**algebra** or remedial mathematics class.

...Geometry (the visual math) and **algebra** (the written math) are the foundation for differential calculus. I've been teaching geometry & trigonometry for freshman and sophomore college students, in Lima and Miami. Geometry is the graphic representation of the transcendental functions we learn in calculus, such as the trigonometry functions.

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