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B.S. University of Rhode Island (Mathematics)
University of St. Joseph West Hatford CT (MEd)
I've had a love of math since as long as I can remember. I was always successful while in school and spent a lot of hours working with friends in order to help them perform better in the subject that came more naturally to me. Becoming a teacher was an obvious path for me and I wasted no time getting into the classroom. I received two degrees from the University of Rhode Island; one in education and one in mathematics. I then started working at Westbrook High school the year I graduated college. I love working with students; getting to know them and forming positive relationships.
I've completed 10 years of teaching and have tutored on the side for many of those years. I've taught everything from pre-algebra to college level statistics (pre-algebra, algebra 1, geometry, algebra 2, trigonometry, precalculus, statistics, and discrete math). I also teach an SAT prep class at the high school.
I would love to help in any way that I can. I'm available most days after school hours and am flexible based on your schedule. I think that one on one help with math is the absolute best way to learn. So, if you have always struggled with the subject, this might be exactly what you need. I've had a love of math since as long as I can remember. I was always successful while in school and spent a lot of hours working with friends in order to help them perform better in the subject that came more naturally to me. Becoming a teacher was an obvious path for me and I wasted no time
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