...Then the student would do an example or two on their own to show how well they understand the concept. We would repeat the process until the student can complete multiple examples correctly on his/her own. I can also go through proofs of the theorems to give a better understanding of where the procedures and methods we use in mathematics come from.
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...I taught second grade for five years and first grade for two years. I also taught remedial reading to students in grades 1-6. As an experienced teacher, I am familiar with the Common Core Standards and the curriculum in Connecticut schools.
Fairfield, CTView Tutor
...My hours of work are flexible. Contacting me for reasons that help the learning experience is highly encouraged.Dedicated Algebra I and Algebra II Tutor with strong expertise in the subject matter. Knowledge of tutoring strategies and excellent communication skills.
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...Key focus must be on the student overcoming any mental barriers he/she may have to understanding the subjects. I teach concepts first and test taking second. If you know the concepts, the test results follow, but test taking strategies are also emphasized.
Westport, CTView Tutor
...The best process here is usually and steady and consistent review of the subject matter combined with many practice problems until a solid level of comfort is reached. Calculus is another big step in the progression of a math student. Sub-topics such as derivatives, differentiation, and maximization can be very intimidating if it feels like the instructor is moving through them too quickly.
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