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...Receiving recognition from multiple schools for helping young students, I have decided to tutor elementary school students which I have been doing for the past few years. In addition, I also have experience working with young and older kids to prepare them for each end of year exams. I've helped over 100 students who are at their elementary levels.

...I am well versed in teaching pre-Algebra and complex fractions and equations to math students and in teaching the scientific method to science students. I put a strong emphasis on the vocabulary associated with the subject matter that I'm teaching, so that the students have a strong foundation f...

...In my 7-12 math student teaching placement, I worked mostly with algebra 2/trig and ap statistics. I did tutoring at the school as well, helping students in algebra 1, geometry, pre-calc, probability, and statistics. I strive to see students become successful in math and understand the material.I student taught at a middle school focusing on algebra 1.

...Right out of college, I started teaching Math and Computer Science at Moravia HS, and was there until June 2015. I'll again be teaching Math and Computer Science at a school in Westchester County. I'm currently have NYC certification in Math (NY doesn't offer CS certification). I've taught clas...

...In that time, a significant number of my students have been in elementary school. I work with students, parents, and oftentimes elementary school teachers to help improve core math and reading skills. It is common for the parents of one of my high school students to have me begin tutoring their younger, K-6 sibling to prevent the extra work it takes to remedy a lack of early skills later.

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