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Florida State University (mrketing)
University Central Florida (MEd)
I have been a middle school math teacher for nine years. I enjoy teaching math because of the logic behind it. I also chose math because I did not like the way so many teachers were showing students how to understand. I do not like making my students memorize rules just to regurgitate them. I ensure that my students understand why things work the way they do. This ensure better comprehension and long term memory.
I have been privately tutoring off and on during my entire teaching career. This has depended on the need. I enjoy tutoring because it gives me the opportunity to understand the individual student's need and cater each lesson to who best they will understand the lesson.
I have been teaching middle school math for nine years. This includes all subjects up to algebra 1 honors. I have also tutored algebra 2 and geometry. I received a masters degree in math education, where I learned many techniques to help a variety students
I am certified in all subjects K-6. I have taught 6th grade math for several years.
I am the kind of teacher that will try any technique, any method, crazy as it may seems to get your student to learn and enjoy learning I have been a middle school math teacher for nine years. I enjoy teaching math because of the logic behind it. I also chose math because I did not like the way so many teachers were showing students how to understand. I do not like making my
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