Arizona State University, Tempe (Civil Engineering)
Graduate Theological Foundation (Enrolled)
That young lad you see in the picture is me. Muawiya is the full name, but just call me Mawi. I've been called Mr. Mawi before, but you don't have to do that.
I have worked at a local charter school not too long ago as a math interventionist. It was great dealing with the students! I had the job of selecting the students that needed tutoring, formulating material that will help their success in that certain subject, and also testing the student for the effectiveness. Without your ABC's you won't know your letters. But without your 123's you won't know everything else in this world. Allow me to help you succeed. Allow me to help you become the better version of yourself. (I'm not a life coach, only a math tutor. But I can provide motivation!). I have worked with students that have learning disabilities as well as attention deficits.
Let me tell you why you should hire me for your tutoring needs. I value time. I won't come late to your appointment and I will definitely never cancel. I enjoy math! This means that I am motivational, passionate, and knowledgeable about everything related to math. I'm studying to be a civil engineer, so if I could be trusted with the building that you'll live in, I could be trusted with your child's education. I own a personal vehicle, meaning I have no excuse to cancel our appointment. Aside from all that, I have a little sister in the 5th grade so I understand what it takes to teach a child math (patience, patience, and more patience = patience^3). I also like to believe I have a sense of humor. Humor helps a lot with recollection of facts! That young lad you see in the picture is me. Muawiya is the full name, but just call me Mawi. I've been called Mr. Mawi before, but you don't have to do that.
I have worked at a local charter school not too long ago as a math interventionist. It was great dealing with the students! I had the job of selecting the students that needed
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