I believe that math can be divided into two categories-Math that can be "seen" and Math that cannot be "seen". For the math that can be seen like analysis, calculus, I will use as many graphs as possible to show , for example, how the limit approaches 0, etc. For the math that cannot be seen, like arithmatic progression, simple interest, I will write as many steps and sub-steps as possible so that the students understand the concepts.
I am a math instructor. I have a Masters degree in Mathematics with a 3.9 cgpa. I have been tutoring one on one, teaching in community colleges, and creating math content/problems for all math courses like algebra, calculus 0,1,2,3, analysis, etc.
For SAT/GRE students or college level students: 40/hr
For high school math courses only: 30/hr
For online tutoring only( for any student): 25/hr
MS Math- graduated in 2016
Got a 3.9 in MS Math, told by my team lead that I was the best among the others in Calculus 3, students gave good teaching evaluation for the courses that I taught
My feature story in the school where I did my masters (NJIT) is in the below link:
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