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Florida Gulf Coast University (Mathematics)
I have worked in the school system for over 12 years. I studied mathematics at the University of Florida and Florida Gulf Coast University. I am currently teaching high school Algebra and Geometry and I am certified for grades 6-12 Mathematics by the Florida Department of Education. In past years, I have worked at an elementary school as a substitute teacher and doing after school homework help. I have taught and tutored all grade levels from kindergarten to advanced college math such as Advanced Calculus and Abstract Algebra.
I love math and love helping others understand it. I find that it is the best use of my time if students have already looked at the subject thoroughly on their own and found specific areas that they do not understand. Then I can fill in the gaps in their understanding.
I would prefer meeting at a library. I can also meet with students at my house or I can come to a student's house. I'd understand that schedules change and things come up, but I appreciate notification of cancellations as soon as possible and at least 3 hours ahead of the session. I have worked in the school system for over 12 years. I studied mathematics at the University of Florida and Florida Gulf Coast University. I am currently teaching high school Algebra and … Read more
Keith is very patient, attentive, and smart. I highly recommend Keith. You will see a difference in your child.
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