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nick stumathtutor
country United States
languages English
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MS Mathematics

Experience: 20 years

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EDUCATION: B.A. California State University Long Beach Mathematics / Operations Research & Statistics (dual major) Teaching Assistant undergraduate Mathematics Mathematics University of California Irvine Teaching Assistant undergraduate Mathematics Completed course work for MS Degree with 4.0 GPA Transcript available upon request M.S. Belford University Mathematics PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE/APPLICATION: Tutor for Academic Advantage: Grades 3-12 Will finish up with them on June 21, 2011 Previous Tutoring: Tutor for YPI: Grades 3-12 Private tutor in Mathematics and English Tutor mathematics for grades 4-12 in basic math, prealgebra ,algebra 1, algebra2, geometry, trigonometry and pre Calculus. Tutor English composition. Creative in lesson planning and periodic examinations to insure student’s progress. Availability: Monday – Sunday 9:00AM – 8:00 PM Teaching mathematic subjects should be brought to a level that shows the student how it will be an important part of their future career, regardless of career choice. “If you cannot explain it to the student in terms that he/she understands, then you don’t have the knowledge or skills to be tutoring.” Every student is unique and learns in a different way. Listening to the student, his/her anxieties about the subject and frustration with understanding what they are doing is the key element. Mathematic subjects are no harder to learn than any other subject. The student needs the information told to him/her in terms that relate to their experiences. Once they see the correlation, the “light” will come on and the learning becomes easier and faster. Sometimes it takes numerous attempts from the tutor to find the appropriate level needed for the student to grasp the concept. There are no dumb students. Just instructors who cannot relate to the stu