...I have NJ Certification in Elementary (K-6) and Students with Disabilities. In addition, I work with students to improve working memory and processing speed for academic success.I have taught 5th grade for 2 years in an inclusion classroom, 4th grade for 1 year, and 1st grade for 2 years. I taught all of the subjects--Reading, Writing, Math and Science.
Highland Park, NJView Tutor
...I taught the undergraduate course in Probability & Statistics at Stony Brook University (AMS 310) seven times between 2005 and 2008. I passed the first actuarial exam with a perfect 10. I received a grade of A in both "Introduction to Logic" and the more difficult course "Symbolic Logic" as an undergraduate.
Huntington Station, NYView Tutor
...Test specific annotation techniques and a careful understanding of the question types allow students to remove themselves from their "casual reading" habits. The Writing Section is tough even for students who are good writers. Some students are naturally able to identify problematic phrases, but for most, they must learn the specific techniques for the Writing Section.
Teaneck, NJView Tutor
...I have tutored 30+ students in Trigonometry (more commonly as part of Pre-Calculus these days) and am supremely proficient in all facets of the subject. I have tutored 15+ students in Statistics over the last 5 years, focusing mainly on College-Level Stats and AP Stats for high school students. ...
Morris Plains, NJView Tutor
...Once a child learns one concept, the next concept builds upon the one he or she just learned. Every math concept builds upon the previous one, so if a child does not have a solid understanding of one particular concept, he or she will struggle with what follows after. For this reason math gets harder for these kids every school year.
Bronx, NYView Tutor