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...And always use “simpler numbers” if a problem’s numbers are complicated. (For example, paying $4 for 2 oranges makes it more obvious that you need to divide than paying $5.88 for 3 oranges).
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...Back when I was a high school student, Chemistry was difficult for me, so I can relate to my students that struggle and have developed multiple techniques and activities to assist in the learning process. Now I can't imagine teaching anything else!! Sometimes all a student needs is to hear the c... (read more)
...This caused me to self-teach my math courses and in turn discover a passion of mine. Before I began teaching, I was memorizing how to do problems without understanding them. As I advanced, however, and the topics grew on top of one another, it became very difficult to memorize the methods. (read more)
...Getting low scores on your math tests? Chances are you're trying to understand the subjects in a way that is different from the way YOU learn things. I use a technique that quickly identifies your unique learning style; then I help you fill in the gaps to help you gain confidence and knowledge to master the section. (read more)