...While I enjoy teaching, my true love is working one-on-one with students. I feel I make more of a difference to the students I teach during office hours. For some reason, students don't connect with their teacher as well in a classroom setting as they do one-on-one or in smaller groups. (read more)
...Spanish is my native language. I started tutoring since I was in third year in college, my dad (who's also a physicist) worked as a teacher for 40 years so I guess I inherited his passion for teaching. The first student I had, a middle school student, who used to fail math every year, and then ... (read more)
...Memorization and regurgitation can only take you so far, but when you begin to see history as a chain of events, you won't need to cram for a test the night before. When you need to prepare for the AP US History exam, you won't need to stay up until 3:00 am cramming the Princeton Review book, ho... (read more)
...My approach to helping others learn and retain math is so that they can be done with seeing me (and seeking my help in math) in a specified time frame. As I have helped numerous students discover their potentials in learning math, I also realize that each individual student brings to me differen... (read more)
...I have had training as a math teacher to approach math with a variety of strategies in order to determine the best approach for each individual student. I look forward to speaking with interested students directly to determine how I can best meet their needs.
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15 years math t... (read more)