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...I currently work and go to school at the University of West Georgia. There I work as a Supplemental Instruction Leader for Calculus (It's a group based tutor session). I have always had a love for Mathematics and my goal with my students is to help them see that they can love Math too! I am usually in class during the day but I am available for sessions weeknights and weekends.

...I have taught college mathematics, high school and junior high school. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics and a Master of Art degree in Education with a major in mathematics. I have always loved mathematics and love to help others.

...Basically math is just multiplication, addition, division and subtraction. It's just extra steps to all four of them. Look at math that way and it will become easier to you.

...I began tutoring students when I was a junior in high school and tutored in elementary Spanish (Spanish I). In college, I tutored fellow classmates on basic chemistry and algebra skills needed for their respective courses. Since graduating, I've tutored with college level algebra. As a tutor, I've learned that not one method will suffice for someone to learn the material needed.

...Third, they have to be aware of the applications of what ever they have been taught in the lessons. Towards the different intrinsic properties of courses, there are different basic principles that determine my approach towards goals of teaching. I also believe that it is important to be aware of the needs and abilities of my students, and to be able to adapt accordingly.

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