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...In college, I was an undergraduate teaching assistant at the University of Pittsburgh for two semesters in courses titled Applied College Algebra and Algebra & Trigonometry. This position required me to hold recitations once a week for an hour as well as hold private office hours for three hours...

...I am currently an **algebra** 1 and 2 teacher at a public school. I received my teacher certification on mathematics 4-8 and 8-12 and graduated from a mathematics education faculty. Currently seeking my masters degree on educational administration.

I taught high school math in the Houston area for five years before deciding to continue my education and work toward my phd, which I am currently doing. I have taught all levels from Algebra I up to AP Calculus and AP Statistics. I absolutely love math and I love sharing that with students.

...Mathematical concepts can be difficult for many children to understand, and I tailor my teaching to each student's individual strengths so that he/she can learn at his/her own pace. My goal is for my students to be able to learn how to learn math so that they can eventually grasp new concepts with ease. As the daughter of a published chemist, I grew up with science all around me.

...As a tutor, I strive to share this love-for-learning through my own enthusiasm, presenting and explaining information in a way that specifically appeals to students' individual interests. In addition, my policy is to never directly demonstrate how to solve a problem. I prefer to ask leading questions so that the student may arrive at a conclusion through their own reasoning.

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