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With my unique background and education, I can work successfully with a wide variety of students who have a wide variety of "issues" with learning math. I understand where the problems are, and how best to get past them and onto a confident path to math success. My undergraduate degree is in mathematics, and I have worked as a computer professional, as well as a math tutor.

...To do mathematics effectively is to learn actively, through some degree of struggle and trial-and-error. Otherwise, mathematics remains a disjointed jumble of intimidating facts, easily forgotten and never appreciated. I meet students with varying skill levels, mathematical backgrounds, and academic goals, and I tailor my lessons accordingly.

...Students that undergo inquiry-based learning are conditioned to the unique thought process necessary in science and math subjects and will be prepared to approach all varieties of problem solving. This style of learning allows my students to comprehend the subject as a whole rather than a topic ...

...I will check for understanding as I explain these smaller parts. I will then ask students to explain back the lesson to me. If they are able to do so, then I will have the student do a similar problem with different numbers.

After living and teaching in India at an international school for 5 years, my wife and I moved to Mill Valley to continue our higher education (Master of Arts in Educational Leadership) at Golden Gate Seminary. I have tutored students from 4th grade through college level math, and have taught the f...

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