...By taking it my sophomore year, I had prepared myself to start taking Calculus the next year. Now, I continue to brush up on my Trigonometry skills in my college level math classes. I was in middle school, when I first took the SAT Math test and scored well enough to be recognized by my district. (read more)
...I am equally focusing on the student's handling of ordinary numbers when it comes to adding, subtracting, etc. This is important because part of my tutoring of this subject is to instill a "feeling" of numbers and how they work. When this becomes comfortable with the student, then "letters" become as natural a 1,2 and 3. (read more)
...I have taught at the elementary level, middle school level (Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1) and high school level (Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, and Geometry).
I enjoy working with students and I really enjoy seeing a student grasp a concept that was previously unknown or difficult for them. I specialize in ... (read more)
5 Subjects: includingPrealgebra,Geometry,Algebra 1,Elementary Math
...A few of my students have also been at the college level of Algebra 1. I have tutored several students in Algebra 2, including one student who did the class all online. In my first year of teaching, I also taught 2 periods of Algebra 2 and I helped teach a college-level equivalence of Algebra 2 while in college. (read more)
...Spanish isn't my only strength, though, since I am also a lifelong learner and lover of math. For the past year and a half I have worked as an after school teacher for third and fourth graders, and now I am looking to branch out to helping other grades in math and focus more on tutoring Spanish. This experience made me very familiar with Common Core math and math tutoring strategies. (read more)