Math Tutoring

Math Tutoring

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About this tutor

I am dedicated to finding innovative ways to support academic growth in Mathematical Understanding.

The idea is to learn for more. The vision is for learners to learn for more knowledge (understanding), learn for more opportunity, learn for more practice, and learn four more skills (advancement). The idea was so inspiring that the business developed from there. As the Founder, and math educator, the business started with tutoring, homework help, and academic support in Brooklyn, New York. I truly enjoy supporting remediation and advancement for/with learners.

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Brooklyn, NY 11223
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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

In most cases, I would start off by assessing prior knowledge so that I can build on any prior skills the  learner may need in their current course. After that, I am able to build/create lessons to specifically meet the learner's need for remediation/advancement.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

My degrees are in Mathematics and Secondary/Adolescent Mathematics Education. I currently teach remedial mathematics at the college level. I, also, teach math methods to pre-service Elementary Educators. I feel very comfortable teaching math to K-12 learners, and adults.


How did you get started teaching?

I have enjoyed trying to take on math challenges as I learned it. I eventually decided to take mathematics on as a major and continued to not only enjoy it, but think of multiple ways to explain the material. 


What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with middle school students and adults in a classroom setting. I have tutored learners of all ages including students with special needs (with the help of parents in how to best support the needs of my students).


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

1) After having looked back at my school notes, what have I tried with the problem and why am I stuck?

This touches on 3 items: how well you take notes; do you understand what the problem is asking you to do; and/or can you identify the skill you're stuck on within the problem


Services offered

SAT Math Tutors