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...As often as possible, I try to connect the math and science to my students' interests and experiences. Currently my best availability is in the morning for the college students, and Friday, Saturday, Sunday for all students.Algebra 1 is a big leap for many students. It's a departure from the arithmetic that students have been focused on and introduces abstraction for the first time.
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...If you are falling behind, I can help you catch up and learn what you need to know to pass; if you are willing to do some work, I can help you excel. Prealgebra introduces students to many new concepts, and it can get confusing at times. If a student gets behind, it can be very difficult to catch up.
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...When working with geometry definitions, theorems and postulates play a much larger role than in algebra. When tutoring pre-algebra I try and focus on the different skills needed to excel in algebra. I notice a lot of students need help in topics such as order of operations, using fractions, and the coordinate system.
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