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Many of us who begin private tutoring may ask this question, should I invest in supplies? The simple answer is yes. As educators, we should always have pens, pencils, paper, dry white boards, Expo markers, a calculator (specifically a T1-83 or T1-84 when working with Geometry, Algebra 2 and Trigonometry students). In my opinion, we should always be prepared for our sessions (make sure that you... read more

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I believe that tutoring opportunities in low-income schools is one of the best ideas yet. In the state of Florida, there is a serious problem. Mathematics is being taught in a different way unlike the details provided to me and is currently not working for students. I am passionate about reaching out to my community and serving as many people as I can with my step-by-step process.

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Have you ever asked your child: "How was school today?" Did you get "The Evil Eye"? Did he/she change the subject quickly?    Well, something's not right at school. Often times it's in the classroom. Want to know which class? Keep an eye on those progress reports. Or better yet, register for your school's Parent Portal, a real-time update of how your child... read more

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Howdy, dear readers!   If you are reading this, you probably found me through WyzAnt.  Fantastic!  WyzAnt has connected me with great students, and I'm happy to continue my partnership with WyzAnt.  What you might not know is that there are lots of ways to work with me to get the study help you need.  If you need a little help, consider on-line tutoring for 15... read more

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     Your local public library can be an excellent resource. Not only can children borrow books at no charge (unless the items are returned late), but they can also borrow non-fiction, educational shows on DVD. And, for emerging readers, there are "read-alongs" (books accompanied by audio CDs).  For reluctant readers, there are also books and activities created... read more