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...I love seeing the student have the "I get it" moment. It is my goal that my students leaving Algebra I with more confidence and skills they need for further math classes. Calculus is one of my favorite subjects.

...Like Geometry, Trigonometry is well suited to a visual learner but can be a challenge for other types of learners such as auditory. Although the subject seems arcane, Trigonometry is basically the study of the right triangle and in many ways much easier to grasp once geometry is mastered. An experienced math teacher teaching students with different learning styles can help.

...I have a son (14 years old, 8th grade), he took ACT test when he was 7th grade and received 35 (out of 36) on the math section and science section. Learning mathematics is more about understanding than following steps. The key to success in mathematics is focus on understanding and practice to reinforce the understanding.

...I have tutored Trigonometry to many high school students. I have worked with many students who have difficulty memorizing unit circle in degrees, and radians with their values. Some of the topics I have worked with are converting the angles from radians to degrees & degree to radians, graphing trigonometry functions, applying properties & identities, law of Cos and law of sin.

...My approach to tutoring this subject is to build off of what the student knows/wants, to help the student understand how topics fit together, and to show the subject what it takes to learn a topic really well. I taught high school math for three years. Each year, I taught an ACT math prep unit for my juniors.

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