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University of Phoenix (BS Information Syste)
Previous experience tutoring at-risk 8th grade students in math. Excellent command of the English language. Extensive business experience delivering C-Level presentations, working with both business and IT at customer sites implementing the Oracle e-business suite, integrating with Trillium, working with off-shore resources to configure and customize applications to meet business requirements. Three years experience on the Board of Directors for a small charity group.
I believe that no one learns the same way, I enjoy games so try to incorporate that when feasible into lessons. I also believe lessons 'stick' when the student sees how it can be applied in every day life. I never thought I would use geometry after school but find I employ those principles almost every day now. Though not fluent, I can speak enough Spanish to get around.
About me: excellent math skills, love logic problems especially Sodoku and Kakuro. Enjoy riding on two-wheels both motorcycles and bicycles. New to Fort Collins but am really loving it here, especially how bike friendly the city is.
Fun fact: according to The Coloradoan newspaper, in an article dated May 1st of this year, 98.6% of the electrical lines in Fort Collins are buried underground! This greatly increases the reliability of these lines while also improving the city's aesthetics. Previous experience tutoring at-risk 8th grade students in math. Excellent command of the English language. Extensive … Read more
Inclusive. First hour, free - 30 minutes eval to develop custom/tailored curriculum/schedule and a follow up 30 minutes to review.
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