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Northeastern University, Boston (BS EE)
My goal is to get all students to a level of understanding and demonstrating their abilities in math. Each student will learn to appreciate math from a new prospective in a fun-filled and respectful academic environment! Students will be allowed to ask any math question that is of concern to them. Also students will be given different methods of solving problems with real world examples.
The students that I have tutored in the past have developed a better understanding of math with confidence. Most students dislike word problems until they understand how to break down each problem into manageable segments. Working with each student as an individual, I determine their likes and use that to their advantage to see math as an easy to understand subject. Be brave, be strong, look out math, here I come!
I graduated from Northeastern University in Boston Massachusetts and enjoy working with students in math. I have been in the education field tutoring and teaching for over 20 years at different levels. I have managed a tutorial program earlier and have students improve 2 to 3 test levels in math. I have worked with elementary through high school and college grade level students. Now my area of concentration is elementary through Algebra I and Geometry. I am willing to work with all student levels to improve their math skills at these levels including basic middle school math. I have had success with the middle levels to improve 80 to 90 percent as measured on the FCAT. My goal is to get all students to a level of understanding and demonstrating their abilities in math. Each student will learn to appreciate math from a new prospective in a fun-filled and respectful academic environment! Students will be allowed to ask any math question that is of concern to
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