My love for tutoring Math
drew me into education over 12 years ago. I began as a College Algebra
tutor my sophomore year in college. Throughout my undergraduate years, I worked as a peer tutor and during the summers, I tutored high school students in a Pre-College Program. After graduation, I continued tutoring throughout my Masters Program for Elementary Education
. During the school year, I tutored students in the Academic Support Program and tutoring incoming freshmen during the Summer Bridge Program.
I was a classroom teacher for 8 years, teaching grades 4th - 8th. I have experience teaching all subjects, including Algebra
1. My favorite subject to tutor and teach has always been Math, with Algebra holding a special place in my heart. I have an exceptional command of the subject and I have a good time when teaching. I use rhymes, songs, manipulatives, analogies, movement, and my enthusiasm to help students understand the material.
has been, "If you can count, you can do Math." I believe that it is the one subject where every person can excel
. It just takes hard work, confidence, and a little help from me!
6 hours notice required
Travels within 8 miles of Glendale, CA 91206
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To find the value of the expression, you need to replace all the variables with their known values:
x = 1/3 , y = 3/4, z= 3/18
Substituting the values, the expression reads 1/3 + 3/4 -3/18.
To simplify, you need to combine...
A) To solve for the domain and range of the function y = x^2, you need to know what domain and range mean. The domain of a function are all the possible values of x, and the range is all the possible values of y. For the given function, you could replace
x with any number. It...
To solve this inequality, you first need to simplify the left side.
You can do this by first applying the distributive property; you will distribute the coefficients outside of the parentheses to the terms inside the parentheses through multiplication.
For the first set of parentheses...