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I have been training and tutoring for close to 30 years and love one on one working with students. When they get that gleam in their eye and understand something, it makes the whole effort worthwhile. I have been a tutor, substitute teacher and full time substitute teacher for math in the Marshall school system for over 3 years.
My wife and I have four children left at home and I tutor them regularly, they are 5, 9, and 15, all girls. While working in industry, I performed a lot of formal training and mentoring/tutoring. I love interaction with kids and get a lot of satisfaction seeing them succeed. Sometimes it is just opening the right door to allow them to comprehend some subject.
I have tutored 3rd and 4th grade math at the elementary level and taught Algebra 1 to the 7th grade on a full time temporary basis for several years. I am currently studying for my Texas Teaching certification.
Training films utilizing cartoons and games from sources like GOMATH and U-Tube make learning fun and effective. They are an important part of every lesson plan as well as keeping students focused and improving. Contact me and let us look at how I can help you make learning fun an effective to meet your needs. I have been training and tutoring for close to 30 years and love one on one working with students. When they get that gleam in their eye and understand something, it makes the whole effort worthwhile. I have been a tutor, substitute teacher and full time substitute teacher for math in the
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