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A successul track record working with both college level and middle and high school students in math, physics and SAT/ACT prep. Focused on three questions: What the student knows? what the student does NOT know? and why? then using the answers to create a tutoring approach to match the student?s n...

...My experience and expertise at communicating math and science concepts can help fill in the gaps and prepare students to handle new concepts independently. I know what the high school science curriculum wants you to be able to do. I know which mathematics topics will be covered in succession of one another.

I have over 30 years of experience in the field of education, both as a teacher and as a curriculum developer, with a strong specialty in mathematics. I have worked with a wide range of grade levels, from elementary school to college. I received a BA in math from Harvard University and a Masters i...

...I try to tailor each tutoring session to the individual student and have in the past created courses and home school curricula. I am also a level 1 certified Wilson tutor and am developing a specialty in teaching readingI have tutored Algebra for over 25 years to students with a variety of learning issues and styles. Over the years, I have become familiar with a variety of teaching methods.

...Particularly important are operations with exponents and an understanding of the definition and properties of logarithms. Calculus is one of the three legs on which most mathematically-based disciplines rest. The other two are linear algebra and the stochastic systems (statistics), which come together in advanced courses.

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