I always look to what helps my student. I usually use a method where I go over a few questions asking my student if he/she has any questions. Then, I allow the student to try tackling the problem and I provide them with any assistance as they go on. Once, they can do it all by themself without my help, I move on to giving them the opportunity to tackle the problems on their own and I solely check the answer. Obviously, if it's wrong, I will go over it and if it's right, we will try it again until we are ready to move on to the next topic.
I have been teaching for about a year now, but I have been helping my peers in Math ever since middle school. I have taught 7 students over the past year and have seen a few drastic changes in grades.
My price is somewhat flexible. Depending on the distance I need to travel and the level of the Math and the student's ability to learn, the price may be slightly modified, but to an extent it's fairly standard, but I'm also open to negotiation.
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