...I have a college level or greater understanding of calculus, physics, biology, chemistry, psychology, and statistics. I have also performed well on standardized aptitude tests (SAT: 790 verbal, 720 math; GRE: 660 verbal, 800 math before test score scales changed in 2011).
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...In many math classrooms today, teachers show their students one way to solve a problem, and then the students simply mimic a series of steps. This approach does not promote conceptual understanding! Students need to be able to think critically and creatively when they face a new problem. (read more)
...This past semester I was working with some of the level one students with writing and vocabulary. For my degree, I was required to take Discrete Math I and then I followed up with Discrete Math II, earning A's in both subjects. I specialize in Discrete Math in the tutoring center at university. (read more)
...Jobs were scarce in my field after graduation, and I soon got a job as a math teacher. I was able to step down from that job so that I could have the privilege of raising my nine children, and home educating them. I was able to teach all of them from kindergarten through 12th grade. (read more)
I'm a graduate of the University of Virginia (M.S. Data Science and B.A. Statistics and Economics) and I've been an academic tutor for almost 8 years with experience as a Teaching Assistant at the university level for both classes and individual help. (read more)