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...A key factor in achieving this is motivation - before you can learn anything, you have to *want* to learn. In this regard, I'm pretty good at making even the driest subject matter interesting, whether by relating it to real-world problems, showing how it is relevant to daily life, or sometimes s...

...I have tutored high school and college students in Java, Python, C and C++. I have developed applications for both command-line and graphics environments. I have been programming computers, from 8-bit embedded processors to desktop systems, for thirty years. I have programmed in a wide variety of languages, including assembly language.

...Algebra goes down much easier if there's a solid pre**algebra** foundation in graphing, ratios, and exponents. Also important to be developed is the ability to read a word problem and translate it into mathematical terms. I take each student, young or old, where they are, and work with them until they are ready for the formality of an **algebra** course.

...I have taught small groups strategies on how to study, such as create flash cards, make study guides, highlight important information, etc, and how to glean the most important information from a text or notes. We have also worked on time management with studying. I personally think study skills...

...At the end of this course, a student should be able to make and critique logical arguments and calculate missing parts of a geometric diagram. Pre-calculus is the study of function families and their behavior. It includes transformations, trig and lots of modeling of real world behavior.

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