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...I have been tutoring several students for writing on WyzAnt. I have also tutored students in writing at the Harvard Bureau of Study Counsel during Harvard Summer School (2008). As an elementary teacher with four years of experience, I have been editing students' essays and papers. One of my Fall 2014 students completely changed perspective and performance on writing after working with me.

...How can I get that?") and forward ("Given this, what does it do for me? And what else can I get from it? How does it link to what I need?"). I have THEM talk out the problem using this logic, with a little coaching, until they have solved it, and then they can write proofs with ease.

...I have worked with students from age 8 up through high school on elementary math skills, such as fractions, decimals, factors, multiples, and much more. I always make sure students have a firm grasp on the basics before moving on to more difficult concepts. I also make sure to explain math to students in a way that they understand the reasoning behind "why" we do certain things in math.

...My approach is to rebuild a student's confidence and enthusiasm for learning so that he/she will be able carry on after the tutoring is finished. The Cooperative Admissions Exam (COOP) and the High School Placement Test (HSPT) are entrance exams for admission to Catholic high schools. The COOP ...

...I am skilled with proofs and constructions, as well as using Algebra to solve Geometry and Trigonometry problems efficiently. I have 11 years experience teaching pre-algebra to seventh and eighth graders. Often, difficulties arise from weak arithmetic skills, particularly relating to math facts, fractions and decimals.

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