Return to the Purplemath home page The Purplemath Forums
Helping students gain understanding
and self-confidence in algebra


powered by FreeFind

Find a Laurel, MD Geometry Tutor

Subject: ZIP:
Jennifer W. ...However, the most enjoyable aspect of tutoring geometry is seeing a student's knowledge expand and watching his or her confidence grow while mastering more difficult problems. I especially enjoy teaching pre-algebra as it is interesting seeing a student start to understand how to represent numbe...
40 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, reading, calculus
$30.00/hr
Bowie, MD
Meredith D. ...I have taught and tutored all of these specific subject areas for 8 years, and I will be happy to work with you as you prepare to take the ASVAB and to enter a career in the military. The TEAS V is a test structured to help nursing admissions staff determine future success of nursing school applicants. This test has 5 sections: Mathematics, Reading, Science, English, and Language Usage.
63 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, English, physics
$75.00/hr
Baltimore, MD
Danilo R. ...These courses included fundamental theory and techniques (including numerical) of linear algebra and its applications to engineering and physics. I have also taught undergraduate and graduate courses involving linear algebraic techniques. I am an instructor in Electrical Engineering.
17 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, physics, statistics
$75.00/hr
Gaithersburg, MD
Eric B. ...My teaching philosophy focuses on a very hands on approach. I like to capture the student's interest by focusing on real world applications, prior to lecturing and explaining chemical theories or principles. I find that this approach enables students to retain the learned information long after they have left the classroom.
9 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, algebra 1, algebra 2
$55.00/hr
Burke, VA
Christianna T. ...When I think of my favorite teachers, I think of the impact they had on my learning experience both in the classroom and beyond. As a teacher, I am responsible for teaching students how to engage material and each other while they learn how to learn and think. In my opinion undergrad is where you learn how to learn, while graduate school is where you learn how to think.
5 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
$50.00/hr
Washington, DC

  Copyright © 1999-2012  Elizabeth Stapel   |   About   |   Terms of Use   |   Privacy

 

 Feedback   |   Error?