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...The resources available to me can guarantee that students will have the opportunity to learn in an engaging, multi-sensory environment. As a Spalding Certified instructor, my approach is multi-sensory - including correct writing position and letter formation. I have experience assisting dyslexic and dysgraphic students.

...I've tutored both the engineering and business sections of this class, and having worked with over hundreds of students and encountered all sorts of issues from them, I am now fairly confident in diagnosing weaknesses very quickly and prescribing the right dose of teaching and encouragement they ...

...Students at the elementary level, particularly in grades 5 and 6, have been successfully tutored in math. With patience I break down problems(particularly word applications)into parts that are simple for students to understand. My approaches are also adaptable to different learning styles.

...Students will calculate mathematical relationships based on gas behavior. Quantitatively and qualitatively, the student will describe the process of solutions and characteristics of solutions. Thermodynamic relationships will be investigated.

...I have taught high school mathematics for over 20 years, both remedial and AP. I have always tried to promote an appreciation for the beauty and elegance of mathematics in my students. I attempt to sharpen the thinking ability of students in three areas: conceptual understanding (why does circumference divided by diameter equal pi?), problem solving, and math skill acquisition.

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