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...Even some certified math teachers are not fluent in this subject. I spent 36 years as a mathematics teacher and 22 of those years supervising a department of approximately 30 mathematics teachers. Teaching students how to study was always a priority in our professional development meetings.

...However, I have been helping my peers and others with subject matter that I understand fully for some years now. I enjoy using outside examples to engage the students and try to relate the problems to daily life. I have always enjoyed helping students realize their true potential and clear their frustration.

As a math teacher, I have taught both middle school math and high school math (Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry). My method is to teach step by step how to solve a couple of problems and then have the student solve one with my help and then have the student solve one by him/herself. After the pro...

...I graduated cum laude (with honors) from Yale University. The lowest score I ever received on a regents was a 92. Most of my regents scores were either 99 or 100.

...I have a Masters in Mathematics Education from Columbia University and a Bachelors in Applied Mathematics from Queens College. I have taught Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry and Precalculus for a public high school for two years. After teaching high school, I joined a private test preparation company and worked as math instructor and curriculum developer for 4 years.

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