We all understand math differently. Sometimes it takes a unique approach to be able to connect the dots when it comes to math concepts, while still using the methods that are taught.
So many people dread learning mathematics. I like to be able to relate and share my own struggles and perseverance, while having fun at the same time. I strive to make sure everyone leaves comfortable and ready to take on the next step.
For three years I studied child psychology at Western Michigan University. I changed my major after taking a statistics course, and became a teaching assistant for my statistics professor. I am currently studying accounting at Southern New Hampshire University while also working in accounting. I’ve always had a love for mathematics; especially algebra and geometry. I started tutoring one-on-one, peer-to-peer in high school, and have continued to tutor high school students since.
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I like to find out what they do understand and what is really troubling them. What their confidence is when it comes to math and what their goals are.
I’ve studied statistics, data analytics, and accounting.
I recently took Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, and Pre-Calculus. Currently I’m studying to be a CPA, while also working in accounting.
Pretty straight forward. $30 an hour.
I peer-tutored in high school and was able to help some of my classmates graduate.
The only characteristic my students have shared is that they’ve all been high school students. Other than than, I’ve worked with every level of understanding.
Find someone you can connect with on some sort of level. You don’t need to be best friends, but find someone you can easily listen to and relate with.
Don’t just settle for someone who wants to pound formulas into your head.
What part of the process am I having the most difficulty understanding?
How do I learn best?