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Richard G. ...I have been a tutor for the County for 7 years, and tutored in Pre-Algebra, Algebra I and II, Biology, Earth Science, World History, and US/VA History. I provide study and organizational skills, and life skills coaching. I have taught the ADD/ADHD student at both the middle, and high school levels for over 14 years.
16 Subjects: including prealgebra, algebra 1, geometry, reading
Annandale, VA
Ross D. ...With degrees in International Affairs, Political Science, and Public Policy I have experience with subjects ranging from politics, government, and history to micro & macro economics, world cultures. Additionally, my work as a database technician has granted me a great deal of experience with budgeting, information science, and computer hardware. Learning should be a life-long passion.
12 Subjects: including SAT math, French, Microsoft Excel, SAT reading
Arlington, VA
Antonio S. ...I even spent my first summer in college working as a math teacher's assistant at a public school in South Central LA. I helped many struggling students achieve great grades in their math class, one thanking me personally for helping him get his first A in math ever. I try to explain concepts using down-to-earth terms and examples with visual aids whenever possible.
22 Subjects: including prealgebra, ACT Science, algebra 1, algebra 2
Alexandria, VA
Tom K. ...I'm also bilingual (Spanish). I've taught at all levels, from kindergarten to college, with specialized focus in elementary education. I am also an experienced writer that can assist with writing instruction for all ages. My philosophy is that every student, no matter what grade, has a learning style that can be tapped into so they may reach their fullest potential.
21 Subjects: including elementary math, reading, Spanish, English
Vienna, VA
Denise M. ...Rather, it is about understanding the problem and being able to think critically about how to get to the solution. It isn't just about the algorithm. This is done through a workshop model which includes project based and hands on tasks, not simply paper/pencil.
3 Subjects: including elementary math, reading, Common Core
Fairfax Station, VA

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