I graduated from NJCU as a math major. In college, I used to help my classmates who have difficulties in math. For some reason, I was obsessed with this subject. While I was in college, I was a substitute teacher in Jersey City, and last year I became a math teacher for forth and fifth grades in Jordan. When I started at the school in Jordan, I realized that none of the students like math because they thought it is hard.
After I started teaching, everything started making sense to them...
I graduated from NJCU as a math major. In college, I used to help my classmates who have difficulties in math. For some reason, I was obsessed with this subject. While I was in college, I was a substitute teacher in Jersey City, and last year I became a math teacher for forth and fifth grades in Jordan. When I started at the school in Jordan, I realized that none of the students like math because they thought it is hard.
After I started teaching, everything started making sense to them and they started loving math. As I am back to the United States now, I want to help as many students as I can to help them change their minds about hating math because it is an interesting subject. I am sure I will benefit my students and they will see an improvement in their grades.
As a math teacher, I must have more than one way to deliver the subject to the student. I break up all problems step by step so it can make sense to the student. All the students I taught got a higher grades than they used to get just because it started making sense to them how to solve a problem. I tutored not just algebra, but also calculus, linear algebra, basic math, basic algebra, and precalculus.
I want to benefit the students as much as I can. On the other hand, I welcome any suggestion students or parents can provide. I am easy to reach and will always provide fast responses. Feel free to contact me with any additional questions or to schedule a lesson!