I approach teaching by working through the steps for solving a problem and ensuring you understand each one. I've often seen teachers let students be "plodders"—people who have learned specific solutions (formulas) with no true understanding of the problems—and I avoid doing that. To be truly successful, you need to understand the problems well enough to create the formulas yourself.
I am an honors graduate fluent in high school mathematics and some university mathematics (and I can quickly learn anything I don't already know). I passed the AP Calculus AB exam with a 5 (max score) and helped my teacher prepare the next year's textbook. When I was still in school, I tutored classmates and helped them to succeed. I like helping people one-on-one to work through their problems and gain a proper understanding of their class's materials.
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