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Algebra, Arithmetic, Basic Math, Calculus, Elementary Math, Geometry, Math, Pre Algebra, Pre Calculus, SAT, Statistics, Trigonometry
I graduated from Hunter College, CUNY with a BA/MA in Mathematics Education in 2013. I am also a certified New York State Grade 7-12 Mathematics Classroom Teacher since 2013.
I worked as a student teacher in the Bronx in 2013. I have also worked as a substitute teacher. I also do tutoring at Bronx Community College in Math and Statistics. Currently, I work as a part time Adjunct Mathematics Lecturer at Bronx Community College.
I love what I do - to teach Math. I also love to share with my students what I do know in teaching Math because I believe that sharing is caring.
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Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Arithmetic, Basic Math, Elementary Math, English, GRE, Math, Music Theory, Pre Algebra, Pre Calculus, Reading, SAT, Statistics, Test Prep
A Flinn Scholar, Blake C. graduated from The University of Arizona with a degree in Business Management in 2007 and later returned for a second Bachelor's in Music Theory History and Criticism which was awarded in December of 2013. He will be entering the University of Arizona's Musicology Program next fall in pursuit of a Masters of Music with plans to continue onward toward his PhD.
Blake has tutored since his teens, but began pursuing tutoring seriously during his college career. During his time at The University of Arizona's Strategic Alternative Learning Techniques Center, or SALT Center, he has learned how to help students with learning and attention challenges reach their academic and professional goals. Blake can tutor a wide array of subjects and has developed a wonderful aptitude for taking complex concepts and breaking them down so that they become easy to understand. The SALT Center has relied on his expertise as a Tutor Leader as well, in which capacity he has served with distinction as a mentor and resource to fellow tutors. Blake has also earned his Master Tutor Certification through the College Reading and Learning Association.
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ACT Math, Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, AP Calculus, AP Statistics, Arithmetic, Calculus, Discrete Math, Elementary Math, Geometry, Grammar, GRE, Linear Algebra, Math, Physical Science, Physics, Pre Algebra, Pre Calculus, Statistics, Trigonometry
I have tutored hundreds of students in a great variety of undergraduate mathematics and statistics courses. I have taught at nine post-secondary institutions including three in the Twin Cities area. I have a PhD with a major in Statistics and a minor in Mathematics.
I prefer to tutor students who want to learn the material rather than those who regard learning the material as a price they pay to get a grade.
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