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Maggi S. ...I have an undergraduate degree in Elementary Education. For the last two years, I have been a substitute teacher in grades K-6. I am certified to teach Special Education.
7 Subjects: including elementary math, grammar, elementary (k-6th), special needs
Pound Ridge, NY
Anna B. ...A student's college trajectory is being set as early as 7th and 8th grade. It is absolutely possible to make up for academic weaknesses later, but the sooner a student receives necessary support, the better his or her chances of gaining acceptance to their preferred college or university. As yo...
38 Subjects: including prealgebra, differential equations, SPSS, elementary (k-6th)
Stamford, CT
Fran V. ...We will work on those topics as well as the current topics you need help with. We will work together for you to develop the tools and skills to problem solve in the future. I look forward to hearing from you!I teach a technology course for high schoolers.
23 Subjects: including algebra 1, trigonometry, prealgebra, logic
Beacon, NY
Donald R. ...That's because they haven't been taught how to analyze a problem and then think their way through to the answer. Although the “how” of a process is important, the “why” is even more important. Students who only learn how to do the process usually must relearn it year after year.
8 Subjects: including geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2, ACT Math
Port Chester, NY
Igor Z. ...It's always better to go slow so that the student is not overwhelmed by too much new material. It's also great when a particular problem can be analyzed in a number of different ways which will "converge" on the same answer. In addition, I like to assign some of my own homework which will hopefully make student think about some of the concepts in a "deeper way".
25 Subjects: including discrete math, linear algebra, actuarial science, differential equations
New Canaan, CT

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