I am a certified teacher currently working both as a tutor (both in-person as well as online) as well as a substitute teacher (daily as well as long term) in Garland and Richardson school districts - which allows me an ongoing opportunity to stay in touch with the academic expectations for students in a variety of subjects and grade levels. Most recently, I have enjoyed working with students to improve math
skills both within the classroom, and outside the classroom in small groups. My certifications include EC-4 Generalist, 4-8 Generalist, 4-8 Mathematics
, and EC-8 ESL
supplemental. Additionally, I have a B.S. in Chemistry
(Minor in Biology
) and an MBA - both from the University of Texas at Dallas, and I graduated from North Garland High School 13th out of approximately 500 students, was a former member of the National Honor Society, and upon graduation was awarded a scholarship by the Optimist Club in Garland, TX.
I enjoy tutoring (either online or in person) in several different subjects; especially in math and science
. I like the challenge of math, and helping students to understand it better! In addition to science and math, I have strong reading and writing
skills, and would be happy to help students learn more about how to improve their reading, writing, spelling
In summary, I truly enjoy learning new things, and would love to help students with areas they may be finding difficult. As a tutor who cares about helping students to be successful in the long run, I don't just give them the answers - I help them understand how to figure out problems and concepts themselves! I am available to tutor students (either individually or in groups) by appointment during the week and on Saturdays. I am also available to tutor online, via e-mail or by phone as well. I look forward to hearing from you!
2 hours notice required
Travels within 10 miles of Garland, TX 75040
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If I can add a bit - when they ask you to find the ratio of mystery books to the total number of books Salvador has read, they simple want you to state this:
Number of mystery books/total number of books read = 10/24
Then, to reduce the ratio of 10/24 to the simplest...
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Not sure I understand your question - but if you are asking what 256 divided by 30 would round to - when you divide it out, it is .5333, so it would round to .53, since you look at the next digit, and if it is 5 or higher, you would round it to the next
higher number, otherwise, leave it at...