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...I have taught in the public school as well as private. I have worked with children in the formal and informal setting. I know my material and present it in easy to understand ways that are fun.As a tutor I have been working with all age students especially the K-6 grade children.

...I have a masters degree in Special Education and have worked as a special education teacher for five years. I've had students on the spectrum in my classes and worked as a paraprofessional with students more heavily affected by the disorder. I have a masters degree in Special Education and have worked as a special education teacher for five years.

...The best way to do this is to talk to them and see which way they think would work best for them and then try a couple of different styles. They may need to use different methods for different subjects but repetition is always the best way to go. I am a substitute teacher in two different school districts and always enjoy teaching Social Studies in whatever grade it is.

I am currently a math tutor at Northeastern Illinois University, I love tutoring mathematics that is my specialty and in December of 2016 I will graduate with a applied Mathematics degree. My tutoring experience is as follows: I have conducted assessments of current student skills to determine acad...

...Mathematics is a very complex subject to teach, so it must be taught with precision, and I explain it to students at their learning capacity. Mathematics cannot be taught at a fast pace, because, if you do, you've lost your students in the first five minutes. If there's something that students do not understand, reteach it; there's nothing wrong with going over certain parts of the lesson.

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