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...I work best teaching college level students, however I have experience with tutoring grades as low as 5th and 6th, as well as at the highschool level. I prefer to look at things from a wide perspective, perhaps solving a problem using multiple different methods. I feel that getting a correct an...

...My approach to tutoring is to find the method that works for each individual student. Each student learns in a different way, and what works for one may not work for the other. If something isn't working, I try to find another way that may work better.

...These include, but are not limited to: addition rules, multiplication rules, independence, tree diagrams, disjoint events (mutually exclusive), conditional probability, and the application of Bayes rule. Two of my specialties at the college where I tutor are probability and statistics. Many students of nursing and behaviorial science come to the tutoring center for help with these subjects.

...Math is my passion, not just what I majored in. I am strong in the following subjects: Basic Math, Pre-Algebra, Basic Algebra, Geometry, Advanced Algebra, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, and Linear Algebra. I keep math real and practical, and built a rapport with my students.

...As part of my daily practice, I am often called upon to present information to district officials and to my peers. I participate in a professional learning community where I am often required to present information on curriculum, grading techniques, and I speak often on best practices in teaching. I use Microsoft Office products daily.

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