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...I have tutored accounting, and reported for a public company. I have considerable experience working with younger students and helping the students discovery various relationships in math. Often, I do this with math games and exercises.

...In my tutoring sessions, I work hard at developing the confidence of my students, as this is a huge step in comprehension. Each child is an individual and my success comes from implementing several different strategies to help each student succeed. I specialize in all grades of Middle School Math, as well as Algebra 1 and 2, Geometry and SAT Math.

...I have worked with remedial students whose ITBS scores are as low as 1.7 G.E. as well as with high achieving students. I also have been on the summer consult teams for the CRCT exam questions for both the sixth and seventh grade tests. I have passed the ministerial studies classes for the Assemblies of God denomination.

...I believe that if students can begin to gain confidence in their skills and see improvement, it can make a difference in their attitudes towards school. The best part of my job as a teacher was seeing kids who once struggled overcome their fear and anxiety and realize that they too can be successful. In addition to teaching, I tutored many students during the evening and on weekends.

...It's by listening that I can really understand where a student needs help, then present the student with similar problems as we work through that challenge. Most of what is taught in this course has application in science - lot of functions, graphing, and polynomial equations. I use this math all the time with my chemistry students.

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