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Arkansas State University (Interdis. Studies)
I too used to despise math, algebra, and geometry. In high school and my first few years in college, my math teachers would teach a lesson, move on to the next lesson, and get frustrated with me because I didn't understand it the way that they were teaching it. I was always lost and confused. I then ended up with a wonderful algebra teacher that had patience and truly cared. I then started really understanding, excelling, and began to enjoy the subject. It was then that I decided that I wanted to help students that felt the way I used to feel to truly understand their lessons.
There is no greater feeling than knowing that I have helped a student not only learn, but understand their math. With me knowing first hand of the confusion and frustration math can be, I work very hard to find many different ways to help a student understand the subject in order for them to move on to the next level.
After graduating from Arkansas State, I began working at an ALE where I was able to teach and tutor Math I, Math II, Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry.
I have worked with some of the toughest high school students and know that not all students learn in the same form. I work very hard to find many different ways to help a student learn and understand the subject. I too used to despise math, algebra, and geometry. In high school and my first few years in college, my math teachers would teach a lesson, move on to the next lesson, and get
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