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James R. ...I believe Math is best learned by doing and working problems. My goal is to reduce frustration and create confidence. I believe in working problems in a step-by-step approach and trying to make it understandable.I teach a college level discrete math course that focuses on set theory, graphs, combinatorics and graph theory.
11 Subjects: including calculus, physics, algebra 1, algebra 2
Fairfax Station, VA
Lauri L. ...My skill is in assessing exactly where a student's strengths and weaknesses lie, then making fast progress. I communicate well with children and have never met a student who could not learn. I relocated to Arlington after my quadriplegic son graduated from Duke Law School.
32 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, biology, chemistry
Arlington, VA
David S. ...Currently teach English. I have a B.S. in Teaching Spanish. I have been studying Spanish for 10 years including the 2 years I lived in Guatemala and am totally bilingual in Spanish.
17 Subjects: including ACT Math, SAT math, reading, Spanish
Centreville, VA
Esther H. ...In college, I took 3 quarters of math courses: Calculus (2 quarters), and Probability and Statistics. I received a 3.0 GPA for these college courses. I have been advised by colleagues and friends over the years that I have a way of explaining and demonstrating lessons or processes on an easy-to-understand level.
10 Subjects: including algebra 1, prealgebra, reading, English
Alexandria, VA
Ezra D. ...I have quite a lot of experience utilizing Microsoft Outlook. For one summer, I interned in an office that required nearly constant use of Microsoft Outlook to coordinate projects, manage schedules, and keep track of task progress. These days, I have a full-time job where I send upwards of 75-100 emails per day using Microsoft Outlook.
34 Subjects: including algebra 2, statistics, probability, SAT math
Washington, DC

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