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...I then worked at a sheltered workshop for adults with developmental disabilities for 21 years. I supervised and taught adults how to do piece rate work for a year; then I taught daily living skills for 7 years until I worked for 15 years there as a case manager, developing everyone's educational plans. I don't give up when it comes to those I work for!

...It develops advanced algebra skills such as systems of equations, advanced polynomials, imaginary and complex numbers, quadratics, and concepts and includes the study of trigonometric functions. Algebra 2 is vital for students? success on the ACT, SAT 2 Math, and college mathematics entrance exa...

...Furthermore, a strong understanding of trig is essential to any student wishing to pursue a career in engineering or science. Our world operates in cyclic patterns described by these equations. I want to help my students have a strong foundations for the future problems they will solve.

...As these come up, I use simplified examples to illustrate individual principles, making sure that they are understood before moving on. I believe students benefit from a balance between developing procedural and conceptual competence. I have written in a number of different formats, including creative and formal.

...I specialize in one-on-one tutoring sessions with elementary, middle and high-school age children and students of all ages with special needs (ADD/ADHD, learning disabilities, poor study skills or test-taking anxiety). I am patient and persevere until my students grasp the concepts they need to b...

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