I base my methods off of multiple perspectives and applications to the math being learned. My lessons are generally towards the more mature student (secondary). A typical lesson would start with any questions you have, a review of the previous lesson, how it connects to new material, before working through an example or applications of the new content.
I am a lifelong learner and educator. I decided I wanted to be a teacher since peer tutoring in high school before falling in love with math in my undergraduate. I continued to tutor throughout my undergrad before graduating with distinction from the math and physics program. I'm looking to pursue a MEd in Mathematical Education.
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