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...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.

...I have several years of tutoring experience. My teaching style is adjusted to meet the specific needs of each student. Whenever possible, I prefer to instruct the student so that he/she can visualize the mathematics concepts.

...I am certified in the state of Michigan to teach math at the secondary level and have worked with many Geometry students in the past. I have worked as a math interventionist, specifically targeting students who were struggling in their math classes, as well as student taught in a math class. I am certified to teach math in the state of Michigan at the secondary level, including prealgebra.

...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 understand database design, data structures and Operating Systems design at the lowest levels. I have worked 20 years in IT, most of them programming COBOL, RPG, JCL, dBase and others in the business world working with most Computer Science principles. I have been working with DOS since DOS 2.0.

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