I like to help students gain conference in solving their own problems, so I start by asking "what do you know about this problem? What approaches have you tried? Let's work through this problem together. That's my favored approach.
I taught math and computer science at CSU East Bay and have been a math tutor there and at Cal Berkeley since I retired. See my attached resume for a more details. At Berkely, I've been helping with linear algebra this year.
see attachment - PhD in math, Purdue Univeristy 1966; Professor of Math/CS at CSUEB until 2009; volunteer math tutor after retirement
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