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...Those problems that appear complicated are just a series of simple concepts woven together. I deconstruct the problem for students so they can understand the simple problems woven in to what "appears" to be a complicated problem. Typically, if math is complicated it's because the method of instruction is complicated.

...Also, I taught Sunday School at the mere age of 9 years old, so teaching has been my life. I taught in Houston Independent School District in elementary for over 5 years and have been teaching students the language of the STAAR exam as well as teachers. I even helped the district to write their benchmark assessments with the same STAAR language.

I have been tutoring at Tomball College since 1998 and taught there from 2001 through 2012. I have a Level III "Master Level Tutor" certification from CRLA, which is a Texas A&M program. I always try to explain things in the simplest way possible so students will understand.

...I taught high school reading for students in Special Education for two years with variety of skill levels (preK-8th). I utilized games, as well as reviewed the rules of phonics to help high school students improve reading skills on grade level. The best approach was to use grade level material a...

...Learning is a lifelong occupation. Always be open to more... Please, join me.Algebra, like many upper level maths, can be really difficult for anyone to learn; linear algebra, theorems, etc. So having someone that will not only explain but be able to show the "how to" of so many strange pieces of math & how to do the little tiny steps that so many folks take for granted & never explain.

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