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Evan C. ...Manipulatives and diagrams help to hold the child's attention. Overall, I try to access all three modalities: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic. Hopefully, the student can make connections through a combination of these methods.
44 Subjects: including geometry, reading, English, writing
Lomita, CA
Todd P. ...It helps in all graduate mathematics classes, and will help in most undergraduate classes as well. I took Calculus I in high school and that helped lay the strong foundation I needed to make it through graduate school. From limits to differential equations, calculus is my strength.
14 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
Manhattan Beach, CA
Helen Y. ...Therefore, I found ways to help solve problems that were fun and more bearable for me. English is one of my stronger subjects. I would always score very high on my English tests whether it was for the SAT or a reading level test in class.
13 Subjects: including geometry, reading, writing, algebra 2
Los Angeles, CA
Robert G. ...I also have a CA teaching credential. Prior to becoming a teacher I was an Electrical Engineer and a graduate from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA. I worked for a 8+ years as a teacher in all subjects of Math in High Schools.
11 Subjects: including geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2, SAT math
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
Julien B. ...I have always loved learning, and as a student at Pomona College the classes that I took challenged me to form a rigorous understanding of both discrete and continuous mathematics. The College's commitment to the liberal arts has also led me to develop valuable interpersonal and communication sk...
15 Subjects: including geometry, English, calculus, writing
Los Angeles, CA

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