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I am a MIT graduate, and have been a **math** tutor/teacher for the last 16 years. I have taught or tutored all levels through Calculus BC -High school, middle school and college. My experience includes being a faculty **math** teacher at the NOTRE DAME ACADEMY (High School), a home-school tutor in **math**/h...

...I connect with the student to create a logical and efficient two column proof based on deductive reasoning using theorems, postulates, and definitions. We have fun with proofs on popular topics such as parallel lines, congruent triangles, and CPCTC. Precalculus is a catchall of topics that need to be in place before going on to calculus.

...At CSUN I obtained my BA & MA in the Spanish language. While the bulk of my graduate studies pertained to Spanish literature, I particularly enjoy the grammar aspect of the language. I've always enjoyed learning other languages and as a non-native speaker of Spanish, I have a firsthand understa...

...During my years there, I graded **math** tests in the engineering school ranging from pre-calculus to Calculus 1-3 as well as the higher courses of Differential Equations and Numerical Methods. I also provided tutoring in those classes. I was a teaching assistant in an introductory engineering class.

...There are only six types of syllables in the English language, and every syllable can fit into one of these types. Therefore, when you know the rules of each of these syllable types, you can read ANYTHING. A lot of my students make tremendous leaps after they have learned and mastered the syllables.

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