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...Louis, and minored in German, economics, and writing. While there, I tutored students in everything from counting to calculus, and beyond. I then earned a Masters of Arts in Teaching from Bard College in '07.

...I offer flexible, personalized, professional assistance. Looking forward to working with you and getting results!Physics is my forte, and I take great pride in successfully teaching it to students who are confused, discouraged, or uninterested at first. Even for more adept students, I can help simplify and streamline the concepts, making them far more "digestible" and mentally accessible.

...The study of Trigonometry begins with the unit circle, and often one of my first exercises with a student who is struggling in Trigonometry is to graph the entire unit circle together, to help them see exactly where all the numbers involved in it come from and begin to understand the logic of how...

...I tutor students in a variety of subjects including their preparation for the ASVAB and TASC exams. After completing their TESOL Certificate program in 2014, I was an Adjunct Instructor at Westchester Community College. My teaching takes into consideration the various abilities of students and each one?s need to experience success within the classroom.

...I accomplish this by focusing on improving a student's problem solving ability, a skill that is not often taught well in school. I have worked with students with learning disabilities as well as gifted students taking advanced classes or classes beyond their grade level. I enjoy helping students achieve their maximum potential!

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