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...Trigonometry and function exploration dominate this class as they lead you in to greater understanding of all you have learned to prepare you to take the next step into calculus and explaining the world with mathematics. The study of triangles. It is amazing how sine, cosine, tangent, secant, cosecant, and cotangent have revolutionized math and help us to see the world in a whole new way.

...I am a native French speaker who likes French literature. I have been teaching/tutoring geometry for at least a decade. I have been tutoring high school students one-on-one in algebra for several years and you can't possibly do algebra if you don't know anything about prealgebra.

...As a college student I would help the children at my church who needed extra help with their homework, which ranged from elementary school to younger college students. I have taken music theory alongside piano lessons for 13 years. Additionally, I have taken music theory, history of music, and history of jazz classes as an undergraduate in Boulder.

My name is Jonelle and I am a certified teacher with 15 years' teaching experience and 20 years' tutoring experience. I enjoy working with students of all levels and believe in meeting students where they are and teaching in a way they learn best. I have taught/tutored Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus and Calculus.

...I have taught middle school and high school mathematics. I have taught both accelerated students and students that struggle (and students in between). I know many ways to approach math concepts so that if my first approach does not work, I can find a different way to explain mathematical concepts. Then I will help make connections to what the teacher is saying.

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