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...Elementary Math's purpose in education is to build a foundation. The goal is to become a better problem solver using tools given to you by your instructor. I have experience in finding what pieces in this mathematical foundation are missing and I fix any misconceptions that may come up while tutoring.

...I am also patient and give my students plenty of room to think and try to figure things out themselves. Also, I have plenty of suggestions of good books to read for reading levels from kindergarten to college. I have tutored college students in Trigonometry.

...Recipient of The New York State Chancellor's Award For Excellence In Teaching, with 25 years of experience in teaching mathematics in courses such as Transition Math, Algebra, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Finite Math, Statistics, Calculus 1, 2, 3. I teach mathematics teachers that are working towa...

...I scored 100, 98 and 98 on my Sequential Math I, II and III High School math regents, in that order and I received a 5 on the AP BC Calculus exam, and a 760 on the SAT math section. I have over 10,000 hours of tutoring experience and have worked with students from age 8 to age 65. I received formal training from Teach for America Summer Intensive Teacher Training Boot camp.

...I've been teaching mathematics to middle, high school, and college students since 2002. I hold BA and MS degrees in biology from New York University, and hold Science Education Certification from the City College of New York, along with a NYS Certificate in Biological and General Sciences, Grades 7-12. I have a minor in chemistry from NYU.

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