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...He gives them the respect they need and in turn has earned theirs. (Parent)
-?He gave her the tools and strategies to cope with the format of the test itself, and simultaneously fine tuned her **math** skills, allowing her to progress to even higher levels of **math**ematic understanding and achievement...

...I have given students confidence in their **math** skills which has transferred into overall confidence in themselves. We both roll up our sleeves and do the problems together. I have a BA in Mathematics from Cal State Fullerton.We have fun with topics such as factoring, solving and graphing linear equations, word problems, and solving a system of equations, just to name a few.

...Online tutoring is great for out-of-area students who really need the specialized programs that I offer, but are too far away for me to come to their homes. Many of my online students participate in several extracurricular activities, so online tutoring works well for them due to their time cons...

...I speak, read and write Spanish fluently. Like most people who learn Spanish as a second language, I began studying it as a freshman in high school. In junior college I continued taking Spanish and soon found that I enjoyed those classes more than those pertaining to my major at the time.

...I was a teaching assistant in an introductory engineering class. I have also done a course in cadet teaching in which I taught **math** to 5th graders. I believe there is more than one way to explain **math** concepts so that if a student doesn't grasp the way it is presented in class, I can find an alternate way of explaining it.

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