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...Practicing math problems over and over is one of the key ways to master the subject. My approach to tutoring is to first allow the student to let me know what they know and are familiar with, as well as, what concepts are giving them trouble. We will do some review of previous material so I can understand the amount of foundation they understand.

...It is also gratifying to watch a student progress to solving linear equations, inequalities, systems of equations, and then quadratic equations by various methods, including graphing, substitution, elimination, completing the square, and by using the quadratic formula. I understand that each stu...

...Eng. in Systems Engineering. With over 10 years experience tutoring and 5 years teaching at the middle school, high school, and community college levels, I have learned that teaching is more than just delivery of information. I believe that educators must instill confidence in their students, for they will only be successful when they believe it is possible.

I've been tutoring since high school which has been over 12 years at this point. All through college I had to find my own way to understand and retain information. So with the experience I have tutoring others and helping myself, I feel very equip to help others.

...My tutoring approach emphasizes the understanding of physical systems using real-world examples. I have been an amateur photographer all my life. I have worked with a wide variety of cameras, including film and digital, and I have extensive experience in darkroom work and in digital processing and printing.

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