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...I also enjoy connecting with the student to explore the concept of the limit and how it relates to the slope of a secant line. We have fun with topics including the unit circle, SOHCAHTOA, the Law of Sines, and the Law of Cosines. I show the student how to use easy, logical, and intuitive formulas for finding the arc length of a circle and the area of a sector.

...I have a lot of experience teaching ADD/ADHD students. Several of my family members have ADD/ADHD and I am very familiar with the needs of these types of students. I have been a tutor for over ten years and have helped many students who struggle with ADD/ADHD issues.

...I trained privately and at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art plus have performed musicals, pop music and opera. I was a theater major, performing my first professional role at 17. Later I studied with the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts and received a certificate from UCLA in Motion Picture and TV Producing.

...Also, my students are comfortable relating to me, and I work really well with all ages, Kindergarten through high school and college, through adult. I particularly enjoy helping students discover their own unique talents, and encouraging them to use those talents both in and out of school.Gramma...

...It is necessary to develop a solid foundation of algebra principles here so that later classes will not present problems. Moving up from prealgebra I make sure to focus on the properties of algebra, how to solve equations and more complex problems. Algebra II is a return to an algebra based class, even though it usually follows geometry.

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