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...I have about one year of tutoring experience, and accordingly I know how to adapt to different styles of learning. I am friendly, I love to teach, and feel confident that I can convey the information that is necessary to success. I have an excellent understanding of these subjects, but have experience conveying these subjects to others.

...I was in the Oakland Youth Symphony Orchestra as a cellist and we played a variety of pieces including Tchaicovski's 5th Symphony. For beginners, I use the Strictly Strings book by Dillon, Kjelland, O'Reilly. Once my students master the art of controlling the cello and fingerings or if they are one of my more advanced students, I use the Suzuki books.

...In particular, I have taught Spanish I, Spanish II, Spanish III and Spanish IV in the classroom at the middle school and high school level. I have also taught Algebra I in the classroom for 4 years. Other shorter term positions have been Geometry, Algebra II, Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus.

...It is expected that students entering Prealgebra are able to recognize and solve mathematical and real-world problems involving linear relationships and to make sense of and move fluently among the graphic, numeric, symbolic, and verbal representations of these patterns. Prealgebra builds on thi...

I am a graduate from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and I currently teach High School Mathematics. I love all topics in math, and I love helping students with them. I enjoy teaching my classes, but I find that individual attention is much more productive for all students.

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