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...Therefore, my focus is on teaching Mental Math techniques (including Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division), Pre-algebra, Algebra 1, and more. Teaching children how to perform basic **math** mentally negates the need for calculators and allows for better comprehension of advanced concepts. I tutor in my home in Burke, VA.

I have been teaching for the last ten years. I would love to work one-on-one with students that really need my help. This way I can give them all the time and attention they need. I have a bachelors degree in Math education and love making math fun and easy to understand.

I received my degree in Education in 2012. I have worked with students from second grade to eighth in **math** and English. I have experience with many learning settings given that I have been employed as a substitute teacher, tutor, and classroom teacher in both Georgia and the District of Columbia.

...I have previously taught Biology, Environmental Science, Algebra 1 and Pre-Algebra with a background in **math** and science at various DC Public Schools/Charter Schools. I am triple certified to teach Biology 7-12, Math and Special Education K-12. I specialize working with small groups of students and am skilled at making **math** and science topics accessible for all levels of students.

This is my fifth year as a high school teacher. Recently, I went to graduate school at night while teaching during the day, so I have had he experience of being a student and a teacher at the same time. I know how the classroom works; I know what helps and what doesn't help.

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