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University of California, Berkeley (Economics and Math)
Hi! I first started tutoring my second semester in college, and absolutely fell in love with teaching. This experience is absolutely rewarding for myself, but my number one priority when tutoring is making sure you, my student, get exactly where they need to be. Whether it's struggling to understanding how to graph absolute value functions, to computing tricky integrals to simply trying to increase one's speed, I will work my very hardest to make sure that you are successful.
As an undergraduate at UC Berkeley, for five semesters I ran a study group for a Calculus II course (titled Math 1B) on campus. We met twice a week, and I created a lesson plan and a worksheet tailored to the material taught in class, as well as the homework assigned, in order to better the students' problem solving skills and understanding of the material. To supplement my groups, I also offered individual tutoring in all levels of Calculus. In addition, for one summer, I tutored pre-calculus to incoming freshman on both a group and individual level.
In terms of my teaching style, I always start off assessing what you know, which, in almost every students case, is far more than you realize. From there, I build a learning experience around a balance of concepts (including theory, in more advanced classes) and practice. Often one is given importance over the other, implicit or otherwise. However, I have found in my own education, as well as interacting with students, that a strong hold in both is the only way to get a true grasp on the material set forth.
I'm open to teaching any subject from Trig to Calc II, and will do so with my highest degree of enthusiasm. No matter how you do intend on learning, good luck!!
Hi! I first started tutoring my second semester in college, and absolutely fell in love with teaching. This experience is absolutely rewarding for myself, but my number one priority when tutoring is making sure you, my student, get exactly where they need to be. Whether it's struggling to understanding how to graph absolute value … Read more
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