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...I'm Kenny and I'm here to help you understand any math class from pre-Algebra to Calculus. I currently work and go to school at the University of West Georgia. There I work as a Supplemental Instruction Leader for Calculus (It's a group based tutor session). I have always had a love for Mathematics and my goal with my students is to help them see that they can love Math too!

...I served as a undergraduate and graduate teaching assistant, where I answered student questions about homework assignments and later taught my own courses. Since then I have years of high school and college teaching experience, including teaching pre-**calculus** and tutoring local Calculus and pre-**calculus** students. I presently teach Pre**calculus** at Chattahoochee Tech.

...I am able to connect with and understand the students difficulties in learning different subjects. My unique perspective, in never having been a teacher by trade, allows me to understand and reach students in a way they never have been taught before. I find that every student learns differently...

I am recent graduate of Georgia Tech with a BS in Architecture. I have a passion for helping others learn and working with kids/teens. I have been a part of a Cobb County Arts program called ACE for the last year where I speak to students (K-12) about careers in architecture.

...After graduation, via a strange and winding path, I began to take an interest in becoming a health care actuary. While enjoying the classroom again, I also passed 6 actuarial exams covering Calculus (again), Probability, Applied Statistics, Numerical Methods, and Compound Interest. It's this sp...

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