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SUNY Oswego, NY (Computer Science)
Dowling College (Master's)
In 2011 I earned a Master's degree in Adolescence Education. My subject area is mathematics. I truly enjoy working with students on a one to one basis. While earning my Master's degree I taught Integrated Algebra and Algebra 2/Trigonometry. I have tutored students in high school and in college. I have three children of my own. My youngest child is a sophomore in high school. In 2011 I earned a Master's degree in Adolescence Education. My subject area is mathematics. I truly enjoy working with students on a one to one basis. While earning my Master's degree I taught Integrated Algebra and … Read more
Anne is an exceptional tutor. She is patient and takes the time to explain things in an easy to understand way. I have used her to tutor two of my kids and they both love her and think she is a great teacher. In addition, she is very sweet and soft-spoken and made my kids feel relaxed and really helped them with their math anxiety and problems. I will definitely use her again and recommend her highly.
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Algebra 1 requires students to know the meaning of some mathematical terms such as reciprocal, mean, median mode, how to solve for a variable and also how to represent an equation on a graph.
Algebra 2 covers logarithms, solving simultaneous equations, imaginary numbers, as well as graphing quadratic equations.