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...Prealgebra involves learning to work with numbers and variables in new ways, working with fractions and decimals, ratios and proportions, statistics and probability, basic geometry and basic algebra. Students who understand these very important basics are ready to move on to algebra. I've worked in a college GED lab, and I'm able to tutor all of the subjects.

...I very often read the newspaper and very caught up on political and current events, so I know very much of politics and history as well. I like to tutor on a one to one basis and primarily, I do what best fits the student. Whether that is through direct aid with homework, question/ask sessions,...

...We can work together to set up the best plan for success. As long as there is effort, we can work well together.I have been using Windows since Microsoft 3.1. I use it daily at work and home, and have solved many problems for myself and others when setting up computers.

...By letting the student know how the knowledge will improve them you create a real desire for the student to learn the subject. Make it fun by allowing the student to suggest how they will be able to use the knowledge and then applying it to that and several similar situations. I taught for 7 years at the University of Portland before moving to Seattle for a better paying teaching position.

...I have over ten years of experience tutoring math and have previously tutored one-on-one at a local community college. My primary goal as a tutor is to help my student become an independent learner. Instead of giving my student all the answers, I ask enough questions to help them understand why and where they are having trouble.

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