...After graduating from college, I found a job as a third grade math and science teacher at the American School of Guatemala. It was a great experience and I arrived with almost no fluency in spanish, but luckily I had a lot of help. Soon after I started teaching, I realized that my passion was in trying to reach the students that needed a little extra help. (read more)
...I use hands-on, life application and conventional teaching methods.I have taught Algebra 1 for several years. My experience has been in the classroom and tutoring students individually. I have a Secondary teaching certificate with the state of Michigan to teach this subject area (EX).
I have previously taught Algebra 2 at a high school level. (read more)
...I then like to break it down in layman's terms, be it rather in a real world, logical way or by showing them examples of the same type of problem and illustrate to them the theme of the topic. For example, I tutored someone a couple of weeks ago on probabilities dealing with normal distributions... (read more)
...The needs of every student are unique in their own way, and I am always changing my teaching strategies to best accommodate them. All the feedback that I get from my students and their parents helps me to be a better teacher. I will be happy to answer any more questions you might have or to schedule a lesson. (read more)