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I've taught high school mathematics for the past 11 years in both public and private schools. Specifically, I taught Algebra 2 for 5 years, Precalulus for 7 years, Calculus for 5 years, AP Statistics for 5 years, and have tutored for SATs off and on for the past 4 years. I have a wide range of experience teaching advanced math topics to hundreds of students over the past 11 years.

...Naval Academy. As a Professor, I have hundreds of hours of experience working with students one on one as well as countless hours of tutoring my own very successful children when they were young. Recently, I have had great success helping students significantly improve their Math SAT scores.

...However, the most enjoyable aspect of tutoring geometry is seeing a student's knowledge expand and watching his or her confidence grow while mastering more difficult problems. I especially enjoy teaching pre-algebra as it is interesting seeing a student start to understand how to represent numbe...

...My classroom was based on the modeling method which encourages independent student problem solving. I stressed the scientific method in my classroom, usually presenting a demonstration to spark curiosity and questions in my students at the beginning of class. I would also provide materials so they could design their own experiments in order to reach a scientific conclusion.

...The power of algebra comes from the abstraction; and, I feel that with a true understanding of what algebra really is, it can become a very beautiful subject. Trouble in algebra II can come from both a weak understanding of topics in algebra I and/or from a natural opposition to moving farther a...

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