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Indiana University, Bloomington
My name is Roger and I'm a former 24 year Wall Street professional that has moved into a 2nd career of teaching and tutoring kids that are struggling with math. I understand how scary and frustrating math can be. My goal is to give you the necessary tools to not only handle the material, but to build your confidence and maybe even begin to like math a little. I have 4 daughters of my own that have experienced difficulties with math at times, so I fully know what those struggles look like. I realize that every student is unique in how they learn, which is why I really enjoy tutoring 1-on-1. It gives me the ability to provide specialized help in a distraction-free environment.
I have completed the training in the state of CT to become certified in teaching math grades 7-12. I have taught 1 full year in a middle school and substituted and taught full time for almost another year in high school. My specialties and what I enjoy most are grades 5-10 in the following subjects: general math, pre-algebra, algebra I and geometry.
Please contact me if you feel I can help you - I certainly welcome the opportunity!
My name is Roger and I'm a former 24 year Wall Street professional that has moved into a 2nd career of teaching and tutoring kids that are struggling with math. I understand how scary and frustrating math can be. My goal is to give you the necessary tools to not only handle
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