I've been teaching mathematics
in Sumter High School, Sumter, SC for five years. I recently relocated to Columbia, and I teach mathematics at C
.A. Johnson High School, Columbia, SC now. I've got experience teaching algebra
1, algebra 2
, differential equations
, and preparing students for HSAP/SAT
. I provide a lot of practice and repetition to students; only through daily practice and repetition students can gain experience and develop skills. Daily routine, dedication to work and practice, practice, practice are the main assets of valuable education. I also think that tutoring is not going to be of a good help if child does not have his/her personal motivation and responsibility. Many times I work on developing students' responsibility to tutor themselves and how to do that in order parents do not spend extra dollars on hiring a tutor. This is my personal philosophy
and attitude. I will give your child a lot of practice and exercise, will help with any difficulties in math
your child might be experiencing, and will be working to develop student's responsibility for his/her own education. I'm dedicated to my profession, and I will spend any minute needed on extra practice and tutoring of your child. I hope to be considered for the tutoring position, you won't regret it.
I've recently started giving piano
lessons. I have 8 years of professional experience playing the piano. I worked for 2 years in Golden Inn, Avalon, NJ playing the piano for an audience. Let me know if you are interested. First session will be free of charge.
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As I finished reading 'The Global Achievement Gap' by Tony Wagner, I constructed a few thoughts of my own concerning the US school system that does not prepare students as global citizens who can compete in the realities of life against productive, mature
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I really don't think in the first place the system is that bad, as I worked in the school where...
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