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...The most important factor in taking these tests is to understand the how the questions are arranged and the phrasing of each question. I am certified to teach both Chemistry and Physics in the State of New Jersey, having fulfilled their academic requirements. I have also passed the PRAXIS exams in Physics, Chemistry and General Science.

I have 33 years experience teaching at the high school level as a teacher of learning disabilities with a specialization in mathematics where I taught Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry and Algebra II. I have tutored students from math 6 through Pre-Calculus. I enjoy helping students experience success and gain confidence by providing individualized instruction/clarification.

I am a graduate of Virginia Tech, where I studied Mathematics and Women's Studies alongside my degree in Theatre Arts. I concentrated my education on scenic design and construction as well as stage management. While in school, I enjoyed teaching other students and helping them to understand difficult concepts.

...The past few years, I have been helping my own preschool and elementary school children with math and reading. Early last year, I began tutoring professionally on a freelance basis. Most of my students have been in high school, taking Algebra II or Pre-calculus, although I have two right now in calculus.

...I also know that exploring many methods is the best way to build conceptual understanding of math. In many math classrooms today, teachers show their students one way to solve a problem, and then the students simply mimic a series of steps. This approach does not promote conceptual understanding!

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