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I have taught: SAT Prep, Pre-Caluculus, Trigonometry, Algebra 2 honors, Algebra 2 standard course, Geometry honors & Standard, Algebra 1, MCAS Prep, Pre-Algebra and 4-8th grade **math**. I have been working with elementary and middle school students since 1995, tutoring in **math** during the summers. I have also homeschooled my own children in K, 1, 2, 4, 6, and 8th grades in all subjects.

...Discreet **math**ematics is the study of things that can only exist is defined states or at defined times. It is similar to the difference between integers (discreet) and all real numbers (continuous) with integers being only certain numbers and real numbers also including everything in between. Discreet **math**s are at the core of computer engineering where computers only have ones and zeros.

...I have detailed knowledge of SAT / ACT / SSAT / ISEE essay prompts, but can also help students develop essays for school. I also provide support for college application essays, helping students determine appropriate topics to write about and working with them on polishing essays. I have worked with students from grade school to high school on English - both reading and writing.

...I found some of the greatest satisfaction in my jobs came from teaching and assisting my staff, so I am now excited to be focusing my career towards this type of pursuit. Over the last five years I have been either tutoring or working in classroom settings. In 2010 I earned my Massachusetts Physics Teaching License.

...I have a well established technique that helps these struggling students regain their focus for extended periods of time. By first developing a relationship of trust with each student, we can work together to also improve their overall attitude toward school, learning and homework. Dyslexia as defined by our mainstream culture is not curable.

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