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Carla P. ...I am patient and kind and have the philosophy that all children can learn. It's important to know that not everyone learns in the same way. My job as an educator is to help students learn how they learn best.
8 Subjects: including reading, writing, dyslexia, elementary (k-6th)
$60.00/hr
Springfield, VA
Sophie Z. I'm a German national living in the US. I have experience tutoring children between the ages of 3 and 12 during multiple Internships in Germany and two years of working as a nanny in Virginia. I have also been tutoring adult and college students for the past years.
5 Subjects: including reading, ESL/ESOL, German, grammar
$40.00/hr
Chantilly, VA
Andrew G. ...I believe that meeting locations should be determined based upon each student's preference. Local libraries, coffee shops, or homes are all suitable as long as the student is able to focus and remain motivated! Please contact me for supplemental personal information and qualifications!
27 Subjects: including SAT math, Spanish, calculus, statistics
$50.00/hr
Annapolis, MD
Jennifer W. ...I especially enjoy teaching Algebra 1 and seeing a student's skill level rise throughout the course of their study as the Algebra 1 course material builds upon the firm foundation at the beginning. As a chemistry major and scientist, I found that a thorough grasp of algebra and mathematics in ge...
39 Subjects: including SAT reading, SAT writing, chemistry, SAT math
$30.00/hr
Bowie, MD
MARIE S. ...I like to create up-to-date real life scenarios in my lessons. I have excellent rapport with both children, college students and adult learners. Lessons can take place at my home, or your place.
9 Subjects: including Spanish, English, reading, French
$65.00/hr
Washington, DC

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