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...As a graduate student, I taught Computer Science I, II and III labs. I taught Intermediate Algebra and College Algebra. I also graded homework for Calculus, Discrete Math, Matrix Algebra and Combinatorics.

...I especially enjoy teaching Algebra 1 and seeing a student's skill level rise throughout the course of their study as the Algebra 1 course material builds upon the firm foundation at the beginning. As a chemistry major and scientist, I found that a thorough grasp of algebra and mathematics in ge...

...You have enough stress and anxiety from the class itself, so my goal as a tutor is to help you get rid of these feelings, not add to them. I am happy to explain anything multiple times, and move through material as quickly or slowly as is needed. Math and science knowledge are things that must accumulate.

...I obtained my masters degree in applied mathematics in 1997 and have privately tutored a diverse group of elementary, middle, and high school students in math for the past 15 years. I have enjoyed my interactions with young students and have gained a great sense of satisfaction in watching them ...

...During the majority of my summers I have worked at an overnight camp called Camp Airy, with the 11-13 year old range of campers. Before college, I worked at my local Hebrew school and aided the first grade class for 5 years. I also organized and ran an after-school program for 7-10 year olds, so I am great with kids too.

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