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...I currently have two Algebra II classes at my school and have a great reputation as being one of the best Algebra teachers at the school. I have been teaching 38 years and most of those years were Alg II so I think I really not only get it by now, but I can really help someone avoid the common p...

...I am fully bicultural and highly fluent in English and Spanish. I find my greatest satisfaction from professional opportunities to share knowledge and understanding with those engaged in the pursuit of excellence. My education, both formal and self-directed, together with my successful multi-di...

...Geometry and Algebra 2 are the two most important course for the SAT/ACT tests, so it is crucial that students really understand the material. Geometry is a good way to make algebra more real too. I have taught all the the high school subjects from Algebra through Calculus so I know what aspects are important and what is likely to be tested.

...Before the first lesson together, I have a free telephone conversation with the student to learn his/her availability, time requirements, score goals, and academic history. I then almost always assign a diagnostic test to get a better idea of his/her strengths and allow me to plan for the first ...

...I have also studied extensively in Real Analysis (or so-called Standard Analysis), affording me great familiarity with the theoretical rationale behind such topics as the Limiting Process, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, or the Chain Rule. I believe, while quite rigorous and initially intim...

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