My teaching method will change depending on what type of student joins the class.
To generalize my classes I like to look over the students homework and pin point what exactly they are lacking.
After finding the issue I will go through different books that talk about that problem so that my student can have more perspective instead of simply just nodding to the first thing I say.
The next step would be repeating the problem and to see if they still have questions and even if they don't do a couple more until they are confident.
I lived in Spain for 16 years and in the US for 3 years, I am currently studying at Buffalo state trying to get a physics degree and get a masters in engineering.
As someone who has recently gotten out of high school and entered college I understand the importance of having a teacher that won't put you down and instead will try different methods to help you succeed in your class.
All it takes is persistence, patience and a positive teacher to make success.
All my students will pay the same amount no matter what level of math they are on.
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