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...My job the last few years has been to help students who struggle with basic numeration, algebraic concepts, measurement, estimation, foundations of problem solving, and **geometry**. I have three years experience working as a Special Education Case Manager, working primarily with special needs child...

...Students need to feel comfortable with a tutor, so establishing a rapport with students is my primary objective, because goals beyond that otherwise can't be achieved. Having overcome many of the obstacles that students typically face, I'm able to present the material in a simplified fashion usi...

...I believe in giving students the chance to recognize their own mistakes and correct them. This fosters a habit of paying attention to detail, checking their work, and becoming self-reliant in their study, which is the end goal. I am also conscious to emphasize the positive, affirm correct work, and not just point out where a student has failed or worked a problem incorrectly.

...I have excelled in all Calculus courses, e.g., Calculus I, II, Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Differential Equations. To emerge triumphant in Calculus, or any Mathematical discipline for that matter, the practice of memorization must be eradicated. Instead, The rationale for all Ma...

...Unfortunately, the way math has been taught in our country has lead to math becoming this scary monster for a lot of students, rather than the fun tool that it truly is. Because of this, I not only work to help students with particular mathematical concepts but also to build their confidence in ...

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