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Meredith D. ...I am pursuing certification as a handwriting specialist through Handwriting Without Tears for pre-k through cursive handwriting development. I am also certified at the registered level through the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association (NARHA) as a therapeutic horseback riding ins...
63 Subjects: including precalculus, ACT Math, ACT English, physics
Baltimore, MD
Philip P. ...Algebra is the abstraction of basic arithmetic, using letters to stand in for specific known or unknown numbers. The abstract notation of algebra often gives new students difficulty, but the concept, when properly explained, is not difficult. A good working knowledge of algebra is essential to fields like science, engineering, math, economics, and finance.
6 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, prealgebra
Olney, MD
Patricia M. ...The results have shown that the students have learned and gained a more in depth understanding of the topic at hand. I have the fundamental background of math through taking math classes up until college-level calculus. I have worked with middle school students on their homework at school and helped them achieve more understanding and higher scores, and I have tutored in elementary math.
5 Subjects: including elementary math, chemistry, biology, ecology
Germantown, MD
Joe P. ...I am familiar with both the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) and the Aviation Selection Test Battery (ASTB). The ASVAB is used by all of the military services to qualify for enlisted positions, while the ASTB is used by the Navy for officer programs and the Marine Corps and the...
14 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, geometry
Severna Park, MD
Elizabeth T. ...In many math classrooms today, teachers show their students one way to solve a problem, and then the students simply mimic a series of steps. This approach does not promote conceptual understanding! Students need to be able to think critically and creatively when they face a new problem.
16 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, geometry
Washington, DC

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