Individualized approach to instruction based on the learning style and instructional needs.
For me, there is no greater joy than in helping students build confidence in their ability to be successful in math!
Amazing instructor...passed my class thanks to her expertize
The explanation of how to do problems that I did not understand. I love the time and effort that was put in to make sure I was understanding before we moved on to something else.
I Liked How The Teacher Taught Math In a Way I Could Understand
She was one of the best math teachers I ever had. Her way of teaching was perfect for me to easily understand any lesson. I never had any problems with her. She’s the type of teacher I would recommend to anyone.
For students with a stronger foundation in math, I typically identify miunderstandings of material being covered in class, modeling solutions and re-teaching lessons when necessary to reinforce student understanding. When working with students experiencing greater difficulty or with a history of difficulty learning Math, I like to determine the skills and concepts that are most troubling for the student, and target those weaknesses to increase understanding and student performance in addition to reviewing and addressing questions regarding content taught in class each week.
Fifteen years of classroom experience teaching 1st, 4th , 6-8th grade math ad well as Algebra 1 and Geomoetry ; Texas Certified Math Teacher, grades 1-8.
Individual tutoring $25 / 1 hour minimum
After becoming a mother, I changed majors from accounting to education. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis in Mathematics all because my childhood next door neighbor, mentor and fishing buddy was a math teacher and taught me to love it!
I have worked with many different types of students including at-risk, ESL, gifted and learning disabled.
Choose a tutor that loves helping students learn and that can teach to your unique way of learning.
What specific skills and concepts are giving me the most problem?
If I check my work on the problems I miss, do I get the correct answer?
Do I understand where I made my mistake?