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...I have a gifted endorsement as well. I realize students learn in different ways so I must adapt my presentation to how they learn as well as provide multiple chances for their success. I have tutored one-on-one and in small group situations previously.I have enjoyed teaching students at various levels the structure of Algebra I.

...More importantly, I know how to make learning fun and easy. I have a Master's degree in Management Information Systems which relies heavily on math. I had an overall GPA of 3.75 throughout 6 years of college, and my math GPA was 4.0 (including Trigonometry). I also worked as a math tutor to other college students.

...I was in college for 26 years, and I am sure I can help you in your studies. I went to M.I.T., to Boston College and to the University of Georgia. I prefer to teach mathematics, but early in my intellectual journey, I studied chemistry and quantum physics. (I won the ACS Chemistry prize in the state of Missouri.) So, if you would like help in chemistry, I would be happy to help.

...In addition I keep active in Mathematics through my own independent study in Differential Geometry and Manifold theory. I have a MA in Mathematics from the University of Delaware. One of the areas in which I passed the written qualifiers (for the PhD program) was Ordinary Diff Eq.

...Elementary Math focusing mainly on primary grades math. However, 3rd through 5th Grade math students are more than welcome. I am a recent graduate of Spelman College where I have acquired mastery skills in reading, writing, basic mathematics, and science.

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