Methods

I work with students from elementary school through Calculus in person or online. I offer a variety of approaches which can be personalized to meet the needs and learning style of the student. I also work with adults who need to relearn or refresh their math skills in order to fulfill requirements for professional advancement or schooling.



Elementary Classes

I hold twice weekly one hour sessions for 3rd-6th graders during the school year. I teach them math and assign them homework. Yes, elementary students are taught math at school and already have homework… But all too often the needs of the individual students (whether they need more personal attention or more of a challenge) cannot be accommodated and they don’t master the concepts– which causes problems later. Working with me, students build a strong foundation in the basics of math that supports them through junior high, high school, and beyond.

Spring Schedule
Third Grade: Wed. 2-3p.m. & Fri. 3-4p.m.
Fourth Grade: Tue. & Thu. 3:30-4:30p.m.
Fifth Grade: Mon. & Wed. 3:30-4:30p.m.
Sixth Grade: Tue. & Thu. 4:30-5:30p.m.
$90/month
4th – 6th classes are for students who have worked with me previously. New students looking to join must contact me in advance for assessment and approval.

One-on-One Tutoring

For students who need a more personalized approach, I offer one-on-one sessions. Throughout the year I work with students from 3rd grade to Calculus, including adults. Students come for help to catch up at school, get ahead, to “jump” to a higher level of math, stay sharp over the summer, get a refresher, or simply to get additional support that they can’t get in a traditional classroom.

One-on-one and small group tutoring time slots fill up fast- contact me for availability.

Drop In Nights

During the school year I offer weekly “Drop In” sessions for the various math levels in junior high and high school. Students get help with homework and prepare for upcoming exams. Depending on what the student needs I explain the math in a fresh way to help them understand the concepts behind the numbers, develop “cheat sheets” to help them study on their own, or create practice tests.

Spring Schedule for Drop In Nights
Remember to bring your assignments, study materials, and calculator!

Common Core 2: Wednesday 7-8p.m.
Common Core 3: Thursday 7-8p.m.
Integrated 1: Monday 7-8p.m.
Integrated 2: Wednesday 8-9p.m.
Integrated 3: Tuesday 7-8p.m.
Pre-Calculus: Tuesday 7-8p.m.
Common Core 2/3 should attend CC2/CC3 depending on which book they are currently using.



Contact me to discuss how we can use these methods, and others, to personalize instruction and fit your/your student’s individual needs.

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