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B.A. SUNY BINGHAMTON (Psychology)
/Hofstra University (Master's)
I taught math at the high school and middle school levels in Orange County Florida for 16 years. My retirement was in June, 2016. I am currently certified in math and ESE but feel qualified in English since I have edited both books and newspapers during my prior work history. I have helped high school students be successful at passing the ACT even though they had difficulty with algebraic concepts and word problems.
I feel I can help most students because I have the patience to work all types of students (I was certified as a school psychologist). I, myself, have a learning disabled son who is now a successfully employed adult. He had the confidence to graduate from high school despite his extreme difficulty with math. While I cannot guarantee you or your child will be successful, I will provide a "safe zone" in which mistakes are expected and can be overcome. There are no hopeless students, only people who do not believe in themselves and their potential.
I have taught Geometry 1, Algebra 1, Pre-algebra, and Intensive Math.
Please call if you are interested in getting to know each other. Being retired, my hours are flexible. I taught math at the high school and middle school levels in Orange County Florida for 16 years. My retirement was in June, 2016. I am currently certified in math and ESE but feel qualified in English since I have edited both books and
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