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University of California, San Diego (Int'l Studies-Econ)
I am a young, aspiring math teacher and a veteran tutor. My undergraduate degree is in International Studies-Economics from UCSD. I am a currently studying at San Diego State University working toward my Dual Language Math teaching credential and I'm getting extensive training on the common core standards. In about a year, I should have my own bilingual classroom. I have been a tutor for seven years now and an intern teacher at Sweetwater Union High for two. I have taught Math 7 and Algebra as long-term substitute position for 3-12 weeks at a time. I was also a homeschool math teacher for an 8th grader (Algebra), and a 10th grader (Algebra 2). I am very comfortable with the standards and I know the level your student should currently be in given his or her age. I will be able to let you know if your student is behind, advanced, or ready for some of the pivotal subjects such as Algebra or pre-calculus.
Along with math tutoring, parents find themselves asking me for help with any of their student's subjects. My undergraduate major was very interdisciplinary, so not only did I have to take numerous calculus classes, but I also had to write lengthy research papers. I have worked with almost every subject in the middle and high school level, so whether it be your student's social studies homework, Spanish homework, or if they're new to writing papers, I would be more than glad to help with that as well. This is not to say that I do not welcome your elementary school child! I love working with younger kids and am more than willing to help them improve as well.
The key to a successful student is the ability to be organized and disciplined. If you're having trouble with your student finishing homework and/or fully preparing for tests and exams, I will be able to teach your student great skills and organization methods to be a competitive candidate for college, whether that be 2 or 7 years down the line.
I have very high expectations for my students, so I will also have high expectations for yours. I push my students, but in a nurturing manner. I have worked with special ed students and English language learners. Students feel at ease with me and I continually am told that I teach them better than their teachers.
Unlike many tutors, this is my craft and I feel very passionate about the acquisition of concepts, especially mathematics. Hopefully we could build a relationship to not only improve your student's grade but to improve their outlook on school and education. Hello!
I am a young, aspiring math teacher and a veteran tutor. My undergraduate degree is in International Studies-Economics from UCSD. I am a currently studying at San Diego State University working toward my Dual … Read more
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This is the subject I have the most experience with. I've mostly tutored students who are behind in math, and Algebra seems to be their "wall" that keeps them from advancing in math. Depending on age, I can help your student become proficient in Algebra 1 in a few short weeks. My services are also something to consider if you want your student to be advanced into Algebra as a 7th grader instead of waiting until 8th or 9th grade.
I received my B.A. in 2011 from UCSD. I have been a tutor for around 5 years so I understand k-12 subjects and California standards. I am currently a substitute teacher and was able to pass the CBEST without any preparation. I can help anyone with any of the subjects on the exam.
I received my B.A. in 2011 from UCSD. I have been a tutor for around 5 years so I understand k-12 subjects and California standards. I am currently a substitute teacher and interact with students on a daily basis.
The age group I end up tutoring the most is 5th-9th grade, so I have a strong grasp of where exactly students need to be at these grade levels.
You don't have to be a math genius to score well on the SAT Math section. It's all about learning strategies and practice, practice, practice. I will be less of a teacher and more of a coach for your high-achieving student. I will guide them into shape with timed practice and explain fully each question they get incorrect.
When I was in high school, I did not have the luxury to afford a tutor, but I did study on my own for two weeks before I took the exam for a second time. My math score shot up 160 points. My math knowledge stayed the same, but the tricks and strategies that I acquired helped me score higher. It probably would have been more if I studied for a longer period of time. I am confident that I can do the same for your student.
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