...The best process here is usually and steady and consistent review of the subject matter combined with many practice problems until a solid level of comfort is reached. Calculus is another big step in the progression of a math student. Sub-topics such as derivatives, differentiation, and maximization can be very intimidating if it feels like the instructor is moving through them too quickly.
Hamden, CTView Tutor
...I love to read and to teach reading! I am certified in Elementary Education (K-6) by the state of Connecticut. I also have many years of experience working with elementary aged students in reading, writing and grammar in both one-to-one and small group settings.
Newtown, CTView Tutor
...Algebra is a good mixture of the basics of algebra one and the skills needed to proceed in higher math education. It starts to get complicated and I feel a strength of mine with algebra 2 is breaking it down to highlight the skills already known and the skills that need improvement. I also struggled in algebra 2 so I have some simple tricks that I use that I can share with the students.
Higganum, CTView Tutor
I graduated from UCONN with a degree in geology. After completion of my undergrad I got my masters in education at the University of New Haven. I am currently a science teacher and truly enjoy go to my job everyday.
Berlin, CTView Tutor
...Received and advanced classification on the Peace Corps Language Assessment. Both my graduate and undergraduate programs were incredibly writing intensive. Because of this I have a lot of experience in writing and proofreading.
Hartford, CTView Tutor