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Jennifer W. ...I understand that each student may require a different pace or approach while learning pre-algebra concepts. Currently, I tutor four subject areas heavily emphasized on the MCAT: physics, chemistry, biology, and reading. In addition, I received scores of A in each of three Sociology and Psychol...
40 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, reading, calculus
$30.00/hr
Bowie, MD
Meredith D. ...I have worked as a camp counselor, respite care provider, individual support specialist, Special Olympics coach, autism instructor, horseback riding instructor, math and science teacher, and tutor to children and adults of varying ages and disabilities. I have 5 years of experience implementing ...
63 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, English, physics
$75.00/hr
Baltimore, MD
Danilo R. ...I have more than 10 years of experience in teaching math, physics, and engineering courses to science and non-science students at UMCP, Virginia Tech, and in Switzerland. I am a dedicated teacher and I always took the extra effort to spend time with students outside regular class hours to help them learn. It is from these individual sessions that I find the students learn the most.
17 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, physics, statistics
$75.00/hr
Gaithersburg, MD
Eric B. ...I also try to make learning fun and exciting whenever possible. In addition, it may direct them towards a career in science, filling the growing future need in the United States for scientists and engineers. My teaching philosophy focuses on a very hands on approach.
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

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