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I am 29 years old and am currently working as a middle school math teacher in Anne Arundel County. I am experienced in teaching ALL middle school math and some high school math. I have worked with students from all walks of life as well as students with special needs requiring a variety of accommodations.
I earned my bachelor's degree at Shepherd University and a master's degree from Frostburg University. I have been in the education field for 5 years now and teaching is my passion. I am looking to tutor over the summer in order to assist students in preparations for their return to school in the Fall. Not all students enjoy math which is understandable but it is important and that is what I portray to my students.
I was once a young learner who struggled and disliked math so I think this gives me a distinct ability to connect with students and help them succeed. I put emphasis on study habits, time management, test taking strategies, and organization. I can help your child succeed in math and anything in between. I am 29 years old and am currently working as a middle school math teacher in Anne Arundel County. I am experienced in teaching ALL middle school math and some high school math. I have worked with students from all walks of life as well as students with … Read more
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