...I have an undergraduate degree in mathematics and master's degree in math education. As a mathematics major in college and as a graduate student of education and mathematics education, I have taken six statistics courses of varying degrees of difficulty at the undergraduate and graduate level. In addition to these, I have taught statistics at the high school level for over ten years.
Basking Ridge, NJView Tutor
...The test will help delineate what aspects of Algebra the student does and does not understand. Subsequent sessions will be built around ensuring the student has shored up principles for solving problems she answered wrong on the test. Between sessions, I may ask the student to read portions of the textbook and assign exercises to be reviewed the following session.
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Edison, NJView Tutor
...Exponentials and logarithms are important for analyzing cell populations. I also know how to teach combinatorics clearly. Traditionally, combinatorics are taught by repeating a long list of examples involving socks, keys on a keyring, etc.
Bridgewater, NJView Tutor
...The next step introduces powers and exponents, quadratic equations along with polynomials and factoring. I like to emphasize WHY a particular concept is being learned along with the real-life CONNECTION. I believe these "conncections" help in the understanding of the material.
Piscataway, NJView Tutor