...I have been an education consultant for Chicago Public Schools and not only taught all upper level honors math courses at the high school level, as well as some college level, but also designed them all. This includes Honors Algebra II/Trigonometry curricula. We used Blitzer (the book with the chili pepper on the cover). I know the material inside-out.
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...I am capable at teaching the basics of logic and translating specific problems into code. I would not be the best choice for the experienced, but may be ideal for a beginner. I took the CBEST as part of joining the Santa Clara Teacher Credentialing program and passed without studying on the first try.
Castro Valley, CAView Tutor
...But then I take them back to the beginning, find out what they missed learning, and correct that. Math is like building a brick wall, each layer relies on a solid foundation. If you didn't learn fractions or the multiplication table, you're never going to get through Algebra.
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...My style of teaching is to break a problem into smaller parts. I explain each of these smaller parts by teaching a lesson of a particular problem. I will check for understanding as I explain these smaller parts.
Dublin, CAView Tutor
...Thanks for reading, feel free to contact me with any questions! BryanThis is the subject I have done the most tutoring in (at least half of my total hours). Because Algebra 1 is the fundamental math course, it's important to do more than just "get-by" in it. All my students began averaging above 85% after two weeks.
Belvedere Tiburon, CAView Tutor