...Without the ability to compute effectively, the students’ ability to solve complex and interesting problems is limited. The learner should be comfortable with mathematics and take risks without experiencing failure, is of paramount importance. Hopefully, they will become active and independent learners, who view learning as a lifelong process and develop a love for learning. (read more)
...Additionally, note-taking provides a helpful study guide for upcoming exams.
3) Discipline: Academic success requires self-control, such as knowing when to turn the TV off and go study. It is often tempting to blame one's failures on lack of innate intelligence, rather than on a misguided work ethic. But with consistent hard work, it is possible to master even the most difficult material. (read more)
22 Subjects: includingACT Reading,English,ACT English,ACT Math
...I have tutored students in practically all math contents starting from Math Essentials (Pre-Algebra), Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Advanced Math, ACT Math, CLEP Math, Common Core Math, Springboard Math, and Eureka Math. I would like to provide my students with the most comfort and ease as possible. I'm open to any resources or suggestions parents or students can offer. (read more)
...As a high school student, I breezed through accelerated classes (1/2 year courses) until I was learning calculus as a junior. I started tutoring at age 15 and created a solid business in the Lafayette area. By the time I started college, I realized that teaching math was my passion, and I decided to get a math degree. (read more)
...I have studied and read the Bible as well as supplementary and secondary materials, not to mention listening to sermons, for many years. I am familiar with the distinction between the Nephilim and the fallen angels. I know who Melchizedek, the King of Salem, was, and why it was he who broke bread and shared wine with Abram. (read more)