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Alaska Pacific University (Computer Science Mng)
Alaska Pacific Univiersity (Master's)
Alaska Pacific University (Other)
My background is in Information Technology and Business Management. I attended Alaska Pacific University to obtain my Teaching certification and love it! I currently substitute for Middle and High Schools in the Anchorage School District. I am a lifetime learner and enjoy helping others obtain their educational goals.
I have patience and encourage individualized techniques that help students remember formulas and patterns in mathematics. I believe the key to being great at math is repetition.
I love reading all genres and encourage students to enjoy a broad range of literature to enable them to communicate with people more effectively. Literature provides a better perspective into modern culture and different societies.
I offer a flexible schedule and wide range of knowledge. Contact me for more information and other tutoring opportunities to enhance your educational experience. My background is in Information Technology and Business Management. I attended Alaska Pacific University to obtain my Teaching certification and love it! I currently substitute for Middle and High Schools in the Anchorage School District. I am a lifetime learner and enjoy helping others
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