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...I have a deep love of all things mathematical, but I also find teaching reading strategies, writing techniques and even grammar rules to be a delight. I have tutored professionally in Seattle, where I grew up; in NYC, where I lived for six years and spent two years working for an elite SAT test ...

...I have taught been teaching for 17 years. My main focus has math for the majority of my career. I have taught everything from elementary to high school.

...If math is giving you any problems, I am here to help.I have tutored several students in algebra, with a noticeable improvement in their class performance. As algebra is foundational to all the math I studied, I have a very strong grasp of the subject. I show my students methods which minimize the number of steps necessary to arrive at solutions, a valuable skill for test time.

...My first tutoring job was over 20 years ago when I was a high school student, helping younger high school students. I have a BA in Liberal Studies and an MA in Education, along with a CA Clear Multiple Subject Teaching Credential and ACSI All-Levels Principal Certificate. I have taught all levels of math from Kindergarten through HS Geometry, and have tutored these as well.

I am a UC Santa Barbara graduate who has tutored math for four years. I have tutored all types of students while working in a local tutoring center and know how to tailor my teaching methods to the needs of your child. My favored method of teaching is using the Socratic method of asking questions that encourage the student to reach the answers on their own.

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