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Math Tutoring: Build Math Confidence With Mr. Malikai
This tutoring class is taught by a neurodivergent educator and includes a variety of strategies suited for both gifted and struggling learners to build math confidence and prepare for all the opportunities math brings in the modern world.
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Completed by 2 learners
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Twice per week
over 4 weeks
learner per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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This personalized tutoring course allows your learner to have custom support for math. I am happy to adapt to curriculum used at school or home or to explore a variety of strategies and math learning styles to figure out which works best for your learner. I believe all learners deserve access to rigorous and challenging conceptually based math which allows them the full range of opportunistic for the future from architect to astronaut to engineer! I am a relationship based educator who works...
Learners will improve their relationship with math. Learners will advance towards individualized math goals. Learners will gain accurate conceptualization of foundational math ideas.
Professional Experience: I have been a math tutor for over 12 years and have worked with students from ages 5-25 in small group and academic settings including serving as a primary teacher for home educated learners. I have received training and tutoring certification/awards from nationally recognized organizations. I was a group supplemental instruction leader for math at the collegiate level for four years at ETSU including working with dual enrolled and accelerated learners. I have taught and tutored math up to a graduate level in algebra, geometry, probability, and quantitative reasoning. Academic Experience: Constructivism and Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education This graduate level online course for educators used practical examples and empirical research to connect the educational philosophy of constructivism to best practices in STEM education and demonstrated online teaching strategies for this endeavor. It highlighted the power of solving problems through building and applying understandings rather than rote processes which influences the problem-centered curriculum This class also addressed common misconceptions or alternative schemas students develop for math and science prior to instruction and provided ideas for experiments and explorations to adjust these conceptions. Math 1410 Numbers, Concepts, and Algebra for Math Teachers This in-person semester long coursed prepared students to teach common core mathematics to students in grades kindergarten through eight including early access to algebra. It included practical teaching experience, ensuring the personal math conceptual fluency of each educator, and demonstrating expertise on the Praxis math exam for educators. Math 1420: Logic, Problems, and Geometry for Math Teachers This in-person semester long course prepared teacher candidates to teach common core mathematics to students in grades kindergarten through eighth including advanced ideas of logic, problem solving, and geometry using a constructivist lens.
Homework will be discussed with each learner and their family to meet their needs.
I recommend students bring a whiteboard and marker to class as this is the easiest way to show work and supports students who might not enjoy working on the zoom whiteboard or might struggle due to technological/motor skills. Other manipulative materials may be beneficial based on student's goals.
Learners will receive weekly written reports.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
No third-party tools are required for this class by default.
Sources vary based on learner's goals and learning style.
Education as Unique as Your Learner
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
176 total reviews
139 completed classes
I am an autistic adult with a masters degree in museum and museum evaluation focusing on applying science to museums and museums as a place of informal learning for neurodiverse learners. In my undergraduate education, I elementary education,...