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Georgia State University (Economics)
Hello! My name is Ryan and I was raised in the Johns Creek area and attended high school at Chattahoochee High School. After graduating, I furthered my education to receive a B.B.A in economics. Over my summers I either took extra classes or taught in the classroom. I have experience teaching math to middle school students of all levels but, I am comfortable teaching math up to the level of Calculus 1. History is also a subject that I am comfortable teaching along with economics.
I have experience in the classroom teaching math to middle school students of varying levels. I have taken classes and am comfortable with the subjects up to Calculus 1. Math along with history have always been my passion when I was in school and continues to this day. I still self study history in my spare time and try to fit mathematics into my daily routine to keep myself sharp.
I hope that I can help either you or your child on your path to further your education. Education is pillar for a good life and a strong community. Part of my tutoring is not only teaching the curriculum but also teaching how to find the information need by ones self so they may independently study more efficiently. Please contact me by email or phone for either more information or scheduling a meet up. Hello! My name is Ryan and I was raised in the Johns Creek area and attended high school at Chattahoochee High School. After graduating, I furthered my education to receive a B.B.A in economics. Over my summers I either took extra classes or taught in the classroom. I have experience
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