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Alex S. ...I feel that respect can only be earned when it is given, and I do my utmost to respect every individual I assist. Tutoring and personal assistance has been a lifelong passion, one that I've done for many years unprofessionally, and professionally for the past year. So please, if you're seeking ...
29 Subjects: including precalculus, trigonometry, reading, probability
Olympia, WA
Stephanie M. ...I also enjoy working with younger students and would be happy to help with shorter papers, understanding the basics of writing a good sentence, or completing writing worksheets for class. And if you have a less conventional writing assignment, I can probably help with that, too! I have experience working with students to write and edit poetry, and have even written several essays in French.
35 Subjects: including statistics, linear algebra, elementary math, algebra 1
Redmond, WA
Bridget H. ...I particularly love working with motivated students in a small group or one-on-one setting. I graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 2014 with a B.A. in Writing Seminars - earning both General and Departmental Honors. After graduation, I was pleased to be selected as a Baltimore Education Fellow - which gave me an opportunity to spend a year giving back to the Baltimore community.
7 Subjects: including SAT math, elementary math, reading, English
Seattle, WA
Ann S. ...This option is available at any time during the year as well.I am a certified teacher with endorsements in elementary education, early childhood education, history, Spanish, and psychology. I have 20 years experience teaching elementary age children in public, private, and tribal schools. I have also tutored this age group in tutoring centers, on-line, and in private tutoring sessions.
8 Subjects: including elementary math, reading, grammar, elementary (k-6th)
Graham, WA
Mike W. ...The courses I've taught include precalculus. My PhD is in applied mathematics. The basic concepts of trigonometry are constructed and derived from geometric principles, but once the student has gone through the formal definitions and constructs, trigonometry is then seen to fit into an enormous class of problems of both statics and dynamics.
18 Subjects: including statistics, discrete math, physical science, logic
Olympia, WA

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