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Nancy M. I have my degree in mathematics and have been teaching and tutoring high school math for many years (25+!). I will work together with you and your child to develop a program specific to your needs. I really enjoy math and believe any child can be successful in math, if given the time and patience to learn. If you would like more information or have any questions please contact me.
7 Subjects: including precalculus, trigonometry, SAT math, algebra 1
Mount Airy, MD
Jon M. ...My specialty as a tutor/teacher is my ability to show students differing methods of solving problems so that they may realize their own unique way of learning, which will allow them to critically think on their own and eventually teach themselves. I believe this is a crucial skill to obtain in life. I expect a lot from myself and from my students.
25 Subjects: including SAT math, ACT Math, English, geometry
Ellicott City, MD
Julius D. ...Grammar has become a lost art even in the mass media. However, it remains critical for endeavors in Law, Government, Economics and even the Sciences. By teaching all aspects of Standard English as a foreign language I make it fun, but the student must be ready to have fun speaking and writing the "King's English." I offer tutoring in English grammar at all levels.
40 Subjects: including algebra 1, ASVAB, biology, GED
Randallstown, MD
Neemisha M. ...I look to create a positive environment where I can help motivate students to engage in both analytical and critical thinking in mathematics. I believe that working with students 1-on-1 and in small group settings can allow students to get their questions asked and not feel intimidated or worry about the pace of the class. I truly believe that my students' success is my success.
24 Subjects: including calculus, elementary (k-6th), grammar, ACT Math
Bethesda, MD
David W. ...Your reason to learn can be anything. The desire to get into a good university, pass an exam or simply to learn something new. But desire alone is not enough to learn something worth learning, which is where hard work comes into play.
15 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, prealgebra, trigonometry
Baltimore, MD

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