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...My goal for each tutoring session is to give the student a solid platform to grasp the material, as well as give him/her the skills that are needed to tackle their homework or problem set independently. I assign homework after each session in order to help the student get the most out of his/her...

...The trio of **algebra** 1, geometry, and **algebra** 2 is where many students have trouble in their math career. I am very familiar with **algebra** and how it works, and I can help students understand the sometimes difficult concepts. The concepts covered here are essential to completing other math and science courses.

...I find diagramming to be the best way to analyze and understand sentence structure, by adding a visual element to it and providing a clear way of organizing all the elements of a sentence. Diagramming isn't all there is to English, though. Some other essential elements of English include a clea...

...I also taught at Cabrini College, University of Oregon, and the University of Kentucky at the undergraduate and graduate school levels for a total of 8 years. I also trained in modern computer and graphing calculator applications of Discrete Mathematics. All of the above information above should be more than enough to qualify me in this area of Discrete Mathematics.

...It upsets me when I hear students say, 'I'm just not good in math!' Comments like that typically mean that a math teacher along the way wasn't able to present the material in a way that made sense to the student. I've never met a student who didn't understand once we as a team figured out how t...

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