My teaching approach is different depending on what math I’m teaching. For example with algebra I’d say practice makes perfect. Familiarity with the functions and practice would help in that area. However with more abstract math like trigonometry and geometry, free thinking is important. In math there is usually one answer and one way to get to it, but when doing stuff like proofs and word problems you have the ability to get the correct answer in different ways. Keeping your mind open and thinking outside the box would be very helpful in these cases.
I am a new Towson university graduate with a degree in Psychology. Pre-covid i have been a camp counselor at Cecil college the past few years. I love math but don’t see a career in it. Tutoring will give me the opportunity to have math in my life again and help others know math with ease.
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