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...I love **precalculus** in that it covers trigonometry in detail, advances algebra to new heights, and covers new ways of thinking about arrangements of numbers using polar coordinates. A great foundation in **precalculus** allows students to confidently continue their studies into calculus in the future...

...I know many shortcuts and my style of teaching, which will help any students (who also put in their effort) to comprehend the materials easier. I will not move on to the next lesson until my students are fully understand the materials at hand. I will use visual aids and examples to help my student understand math better.

I am a recently retired (2013) high school math teacher with 30 years of classroom experience. I have taught all maths from 7th grade through AP Calculus. I like to focus on a constructivist style of teaching/learning which gets the student to a conceptual understanding of mathematical topics.

...Some students really respond to visual representations of the material, while others have an easier time with formulas and algebraic expressions. I am comfortable presenting the material either way, according to what works best for the student. I have studied Spanish for many years and now speak, read, and write it fluently.

...As a doctoral student I have done extensive research on achievement on the STAAR math test, and scored nearly perfectly in the GRE math portion. My understanding of the testing process is critical in conveying achievement strategies. I taught Algebra for four years at my public school campus and was the head of the math department.

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