Drury University, Springfield (Criminal Justice)
I have tutored all ages, from 3rd graders to 60-year-old college students who have been out of school for more than 40 years. I have a strong passion for math and always have. In my spare time, I like to do algebraic equations or long division. And that isn't even a joke! Math has always been a strong suit for me. I have tons of little tricks to help make the math experience easier.
I am a college student who is looking to acquire a Master's in Mathematics after graduating with my Bachelor's in Criminal Justice. I love to teach and had a year of teaching classes in the beginning of my college years. I strive to help people understand math especially, but I have a wide area of knowledge. My goal is to not only increase grades but to offer the student a love and passion for the subject. I have worked with several students from elementary age to college age and above. I feel that all of my students have come out with not only a better outlook on math but with a small spark of passion ignited for it.
I hope I can help you out on your journeys in school work. I have a crazy love of math and a crazy love of helping people learn. I get such a joy out of watching the light pop on in someone's eyes when they realize that they can do whatever they are working on. It gives me a proud moment to know I could help in that light coming on as well. I hope I sound like a match for you! I would love to answer any questions you have! I have tutored all ages, from 3rd graders to 60-year-old college students who have been out of school for more than 40 years. I have a strong passion for math and always have. In my spare time, I like to do algebraic equations or long division. And that isn't even a joke! Math has always been a
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