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Florida State University
I have taught high school math (Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus)and Physics (General and AP) for 8 years and have extensive private tutoring experience as well. My tutoring method generally involves having the student work the problems out him/herself, while I provide direction as needed. The student will not learn if I just show him/her how to do every problem, without allowing him/her to make & correct their own mistakes. The only way for a student to excel in math and Physics is to become more confident by DOING more problems, rather than have me lecture to them for the entire hour. I have multiple references available upon request. I have taught high school math (Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, … Read more
Jonathan reviewed all problems listed in the review package with my daughter. He is a very patient and knowledgeable tutor.
Jonathan is an amazing tutor. He was able to adapt to my son's learning style and find the best way to explain the problems. My son was able to gain confidence and apply the methods.
1st tutor session went well, Jonathan was on time and thorough, my daughter said it helped and got 96 on her physics test, so overall, awesome!!!
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