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With my unique background and education, I can work successfully with a wide variety of students who have a wide variety of "issues" with learning math. I understand where the problems are, and how best to get past them and onto a confident path to math success. My undergraduate degree is in mathematics, and I have worked as a computer professional, as well as a math tutor.

...I have taught and tutored students in statistics for eight years, and can explain even the most complicated statistical concepts simply, clearly, and effectively. For example, my five current statistics students each came to me feeling very confused. But after a session or two, each one knew what they were doing, why they were doing it, and how to do it; it all make sense.

...It is a new language and yet based on our arithmetic. Algebra simply uses an "x" instead of a number. Algebra 2 is the time in the development of our curriculum that takes the basic skills and puts them into context.

...TEAS exam academic content areas are as follows: Mathematics?51 mins. to answer 34 questions; Science?66 mins. to answer 54 questions; Reading-58 mins. to answer 48 questions; English and Language Usage-34 mins. to answer 34 questions. This is a total of 209 minutes to answer 170 questions. Only 150 questions are scored.

...I believe that learning can be both challenging and enjoyable. I use discovery-based learning techniques that incorporate real-world problem solving. I also design structured note-taking strategies that develop students' executive functioning skills and facilitate life-long learning.

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