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Let’s avoid the aftermath. Do the Math.

Please call 24O-75I-8894 between 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM

If I am not available to take your call (either at work or tutoring) please provide:

1. Your name

2. How and when to contact you

3. Briefly describe, in a few words,  the math difficulties you encounter

 

” Hello, my name is ____ and I wanted to discuss how can you help me provide support for me/my son/my daughter/ my kids. I/He/She is taking _______ at Montgomery College / MCPS / Private school. Please call ___-____-____ later tonight.”

Once we talked and discuss your needs I’ll be honored if you decide to give my tutoring services a try.

If you don’t want to commit up-front – this is completely understandable. For this reason I have a longer first lesson during which we discuss what major issues seem to hold you back and my recommendations as to the best way to overcome them.

I’ll be honest with you. There are times I’ll say that the student is demonstrating mastery of the concepts and has a strong handle of the technical skills; this student’s single low grade was a false alarm. It may be that all is needed is a quick review of test taking strategies. There are times I’ll recommend a session once a week to support the learning done in school, and there are the students who do need reconstruction of their math skills. At the end of the day it is your call what will work best for you.

One of my objectives is to enable you to experience a different, student-oriented approach, that works with you and builds on your strengths. An attitude that does not impose and in the framework of the curriculum encourages long-term learning through understanding and practice.

Email questions to: “Tutor”  @math4teens.com.

I know you will find working with me helpful, fun, exciting, and rewarding – and I can assure you it will pay off.

Sincerely,

Dr. Hanan Gancz,

Scientist & Educator.