...In my undergraduate work, graduate education and my time as a mathematics teacher, the subject of mathematics has always been one that I have enjoyed working with. Therefore I have no reservations in teaching Algebra. In my college course work I received all A's in Calculus I, II, and III. (read more)
...I subbed for the professor to teach some undergraduate engineering classes when he was not around. I also taught and graded Unit Operations lab classes as part of my graduate program requirement. I always gave individual attention to students that were struggling, by addressing their concerns after class or meeting at arranged times. (read more)
...Advanced algebra always seems complicated to the uninitiated. I know how to help them see that polynomials are just the next step after quadratics and that sequences are just special kinds of lists. I have helped many students to master the art of the two-column proof and to discern the differences between similar and congruent triangles. (read more)
...And I am proud to say I have never come across a student that hasn't seen an improvement in grades and overall knowledge.
* Math B.S. I have tutored Algebra I & II for a year now at a university. And I am proud to say I have never come across a student that hasn't seen an improvement in grades and overall knowledge. (read more)
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