I have a coaching style of teaching. Its where I like to show how each problem is solved step by step.
I can do this by listening to what you want to learn or solve, then show how I would solve it. Then ask the student to duplicate the process.
I believe everybody can learn almost any type of math concept if one takes the time to learn all the steps.
I have been giving lessons for over 20 years.
I have taught hundreds of students in my area of mathematics (Algebra-2, Geometry, and Pre-Calculus).
I have also helped those students to pass their tests, get higher grades in their respective classes, and helped even more students successfully get into the college of their choice for the last 15 years.
In the 20 years of teaching, I have acquired a Master's degree in teaching mathematical education and have another 25 hours of teaching toward my doctoral degree.
My experience is with teaching students of all ages but during this time in my life I am most familiar with College algebra, high school algebra 2, and a course called quantitative systems.
Quantitative systems (or another name is quantitative analysis) is a college and high school level course which includes: algebra, geometry, set theory, logic and basic statistics.
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