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Every child can learn Math, just sometimes they don't learn it the way the teacher wants to teach it. I love opening the eyes of students who have struggled with Math. I have taught High School and College and have over 10 years experience.

...I have a son (13 years old, 7th grade), he took ACT test when he was 6th grade and received 32 (out of 36) on the math section (He was in the Kenosha News for that achievement). Learning mathematics is more about understanding than following steps. The key to success in mathematics is focus on understanding and practice to reinforce the understanding. I have a master's degree in mathematics.

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...Five of my seven years I have taught 5th grade, all subjects. Two of my seven years I taught middle school English and social studies (geography & world history). I have tutored 7th and 8th grade students in honor math classes, as well as, reading and writing to elementary students. For two years I also taught the gifted students in Antioch Illinois.

I have been tutoring privately for 8 years and have also worked for Sylvan Learning for a short time. I have been teaching math for 7 years in Grayslake. Subjects I have taught include Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, and PreCalculus (prep, regular, and honors level). I really enjoy working one on one with students because they can ask more questions and better understand the material.

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