My name is Angie Mannon, and I have been a sixth grade math teacher for the past 25 years. I feel as though my biggest strength is making the kids feel comfortable and successful, even if they are not very confident in their math abilities.
I love seeing my kids feel successful, and when their eyes light up after understanding a concept that was previously difficult for them.
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My first step is to get my students to understand that needing a tutor is not a bad thing. I will ask questions about their attitude towards math and about the skills that they find difficult.
I have a Bachelor of Arts degree from Purdue University and a Master of Arts in Teaching from the University of St. Mary.
I typically charge $25/30 min
Find a tutor that makes you feel comfortable enough to ask questions. A successful tutor should match his/her teaching style to your learning style
I believe that students need to be as specific as possible about the issues that they're having. Simply saying "I don't get it." isn't as helpful.