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Hi! I'm Jon. I am currently a math teacher at a middle school in Newington, CT. I currently teach 7th grade math and Algebra 1. I have experience teaching classes ranging from 7th grade math through AP Calculus and beyond. I was a math tutor while in college, where I was a supervisor of the tutoring center. I currently teach math at the middle level, as well as Algebra 1. I have taught for 5 years and spent 5 years before that tutoring at the college level. ... [more]

First and foremost, I am a mom of three very different learners. Two of my children have been diagnosed with ADD. That being said, I understand how important it is to differentiate learning to reach EVERY learner. It is for this reason that I decided to become a teacher after being a stay-at-home-mom for 10 years. I believe the qualities that make me a successful teacher are patience, understanding, kindness, and dedication. It is my firm belief that in order to teach any individual, you firs... [more]

My name is Sarah and I went to college at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida and graduated with an Aerospace Engineering degree in 2003. I would often join study groups and usually help others understand concepts as well as getting help. This experience helped me understand the patience needed to learn and especially to teach others how to understand a subject. I now have 10 yrs experience as an Aerospace Engineer with four of the top Aerospace Companies. Lockhee... [more]

My experience with teaching covers a wide range, with classroom experience from kindergarten to undergraduates in college, and tutoring from middle school to graduate school. My students have consistently reported a positive experience after being taught by me, and I have stayed in touch with several after they have moved on. They sometimes report their successes in future courses or the workforce, or simply tell me that they appreciate what I did for them. This reward is probably the best pa... [more]

I have taught Prealgebra, Algebra 1, and Algebra 2 since 2006. Prealgebra concepts are the building blocks of higher order thinking. Knowing the progression of the curriculum aides in making sure those building blocks are strong. I have been a certified math teacher in Connecticut for 10 years. My areas of specialty include but are not limited to: A.P. Statistics, Algebra 1 and 2, Geometry, and Business Math. I have been tutoring for approximately 7 years, and enjoy helping students who are motivated to improve. I am patient, experienced, and am able to help students of all ability levels, [more]

I am a certified math teacher in the state of CT. I am from the Watertown area and have been my whole life. I received my undergraduate degree in Human Development and Family Studies from UConn as well as my Master's in Math Education, Curriculum and Instruction. In addition to being a certified math instructor, I completed my 092 Administration certification. I am very invested in the education of myself as well as others. I look forward to working with you. I have spent the past 5 ye... [more]

I am a current graduate of King's College with a degree in mathematics. I am also a certified teacher currently teaching Algebra I and Geometry. My love for teaching and helping students succeed is why I got into teaching and is why I would like to continue that passion with tutoring. The first session will be used to evaluate where the student is with his or her work and then sessions after that will be used to strengthen the student's weaknesses in order to have the best chance of succee... [more]

I have a Masters from Florida State and a degree in Mathematics from Providence College. I have been teaching since 2005. I worked in a high school setting from 2005 to 2016 and transitioned to also teaching college where I am now full time in 2015. I love teaching Math not because I am a math genius but I believe I have the ability to present the material in a variety of ways. This makes it easy for me to help struggling students. I became a math teacher because I had an amazing one i... [more]

I really enjoy math and I love to help students succeed in math. Very often students become anxious and this impacts their ability to master concepts. Teaching math effectively requires patience and creativity. I am very familiar with pre-algebra including variables, fractions, decimals, and percent. Tutoring children can be immensely rewarding especially when a student finally ?sees the light? and grasps a concept or strategy that we have been working on. Effective tutoring starts with fostering a relationship with the student by getting to know them as a person and what interests them bo [more]

What I love most about teaching and tutoring are the students I get to meet and push towards excellence. At the heart of every tutor/student interaction is the relationship built between the tutor and student. Learning requires both trust and understanding. With this as the bedrock, a successful academic relationship occurs organically between educator and student. Every person is unique and different - learning how to use one's unique set of skills to conquer any subject is the centerpie... [more]

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