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...During college I was a Teaching Assistant at the Harvard Extension College, working with members of the local community in a variety of subjects. After that, I worked for 35 years doing economic research and software development -- fields in which logic and math are used every day. I have studied and worked with math my entire life.

...I pride myself on using universal comparatives and tangible examples so that my students can understand even abstract principles in their own terms. In physics and mathematics alike, equations work for a reason. If the reasoning makes sense, my students can solve any problem and achieve whatever they set out to do.

...I'm looking forward to beginning tutoring again, and currently have a pretty open schedule, so don't hesitate to reach out. I'm happy to answer any questions you might have.My work as a civil engineer incorporates all early maths and some types of calculus. Algebraic concepts are a staple of that industry, so I've had a lot of experience using and applying those principles.

I am a patient and supportive high school math teacher with many years of experience and a lot of love for both teaching and math. I will teach you/your child creatively, find the right approach for you and help you overcome your challenges. My students regularly achieve higher grades and build increased confidence.

...I've worked with many wonderful students who are constantly teaching me that there's a different "best teaching strategy" for every learner. The modern classroom doesn't serve the needs of all students. Too many students believe that they are "bad at math", or "bad at science", when their real struggle has been with the demands of one-size-fits-all education.

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