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...My doctoral degree is in psychology. I think this is a wonderful combination: I can relate to students, understand their frustrations and fears, and at the same time I deeply understand math and take great joy in communicating this to reluctant and struggling students, as well as to well-perform...

...I applied a lot of it in my professional life and in research. I have taken multiple classes in economics. In high school, I aced both AP Macro and AP Micro exams.

...I strive to make math a positive experience for students by increasing their knowledge, confidence, and grades. I look forward to helping you achieve your goals!I've taught calculus for over 5 years at the high school level. The classes I teach are equivalent to the 1st and 2nd semester of college calculus classes.

...Geometry is a study of our spacial world that surrounds us. It builds a foundation of logic and proofs that is a change from the fundamentals of Algebra. Shapes, relationships in one, two and three dimensions are covered.

...I've found that most problems older students have with more advanced mathematics can be traced back to an insufficient grounding in the most basic ideas. I enjoy helping students make sense out of what too often has become mysterious and mechanical. I have a master's in mathematics and am a former mathematics instructor at Sonoma State University.

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