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...Seeing more and more students struggle each year with mathematics, I felt I could make more of a difference in the role of an instructional specialist. This year I have completed my masters program and have taken the position of mathematics coach to better train math teachers. Through my additional training I have learned how to work with all students with different learning styles.

...There are several concepts introduced in Algebra 2 that are not in Algebra 1 such as logs, conics, and complex numbers beyond the basics. I have a masters degree in mathematics and have taught high school Calculus for several years. The hardest part of Calculus is the first half.

...While there is only one correct answer to a math problem, there are different ways to approach the problem. Gary can find that approach that your student understands and feels comfortable with. Gary is a very encouraging teacher.

I started teaching during the summer of my 10th grade, and have been teaching for 10 years ever since that summer. Throughout my time as an undergraduate at Columbia University, I tutored SAT Math and was a teaching assistant for various college courses. After graduating, I began teaching full-time with THINK Global School as a math teacher for grades 9, 10, and 11.

Hi prospective students, My name is Mark. I love to teach, I am very patient, I listen to my students, and my goal is for each and every one of my students to get success in their respective subjects. It would be my dream to teach full-time, but I have chosen the full-time career path of a physicist.

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