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California Sacramento State University (Electrical Engineer)
Math should be and can be a fun exciting subject! I believe every student has the capacity to learn. Too many times there is a one size fits all approach. Through personal interaction with the student I am able to provide an approach that uniquely addresses each student’s need in a way that will accelerate his grasp of the subject.
I have been tutoring and teaching grades K-12 for the last nine years. As a substitute teacher, I sympathize how overwhelming the fast pace classroom environment can be. Teachers don’t always have the time to explain all the steps they go through when doing a math problem. As I sit down with your child, we will move at a pace that will allow him or her to process the information that will make sense.
I thoroughly enjoy spending my time working with children and young teens when it comes to the subject of math. My sessions with students are typically fun because I often bring humor in to the discussion. Over the years, I’ve developed quite a repertoire of methods to approach most problems.
With my background as a teacher and a tutor for nine years, I look forward to hearing from you, to begin an exciting relationship that will meet your goals for this school year. Math should be and can be a fun exciting subject! I believe every student has the capacity to learn. Too many times there is a one size fits all approach. Through personal interaction with the student I am able to provide an approach that uniquely addresses each student’s need in a way that will
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