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...I did receive basic web design training during my degree course work, however I've learned more on hand than the introductory courses provided in network admin training classes. I have average ability when it comes to HTML language as most new programs incorporate the written code via GUI interf...

I've been teaching for 17+ years and have taught at all levels: middle school, high school, as well as college. My students tend to prefer my teaching/tutoring style because I too struggled in math so I know how to teach it in a way (more than one if necessary) that most people can understand. I a...

...The curriculum also jumps around from Algebra, to Trigonometry, to even some Statistics and Probability--all taught in a single academic year. Thus, students are struggling to connect concepts together. From these two major problems spawns my love of tutoring: teaching understanding of the basic foundation of math, and linking ideas together to increase problem solving skills.

...I was drawn to help those who did not understand easily. This is when I found the field of special education. I have worked in institutional, recreational, and public school settings, from younger students through high school.

...I am Georgia certified in Mathematics (grades 6-12) with my Masters in Mathematics Education from Georgia State University. I have classroom experience teaching mathematics and regularly held tutorials for my own students. I know what's expected from each student and I will create a plan of action to help you achieve your personal goals to better understand mathematics and pass the SAT.

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