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Jennifer W. ...I especially enjoy teaching pre-algebra as it is interesting seeing a student start to understand how to represent numbers as variables and build on this foundation by manipulating variables through properties of equality. It is also gratifying to watch a student progress to solving linear equat...
25 Subjects: including algebra 2, SAT math, English, trigonometry
$30.00/hr
Bowie, MD
Brian L. ...I am a research chemist by profession and hold a PhD in Physical Chemistry with a BS in both Mathematics and Chemistry. I was a teaching assistant in graduate school, teaching primarily Chemistry. I also taught at a private school (K-12), teaching upper-level mathematics (Algebra II, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus) as well as Chemistry and Physics.
14 Subjects: including trigonometry, precalculus, prealgebra, algebra 1
$39.00/hr
Laurel, MD
Lakashia B. ...The moment I appreciate the most is when I see my students have the "light bulb" moment and truly connect with the material. For example, I had a special needs student who had failed Geometry for the first two marking periods, and immediately after our initial session received a B on their next quiz. That student passed Geometry for that year.
8 Subjects: including algebra 2, special needs, algebra 1, trigonometry
$30.00/hr
Laurel, MD
Christopher D. ...It is often over looked as something relatively simple to experienced computer users, but to someone foreign to things like how the internet works, it can be a huge leap forward in understanding. HTML can be fun, and open the door to a whole virtual universe. Now this is often only true if it is learned correctly.
19 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, general computer
$30.00/hr
Washington, DC
Charles D. ...Co-author of Evolution of Legacy Software Using Declarative Programming, Proceedings of the Artificial Neural Networks in Engineering Conference, (ANNIE ’05), presented at St. Louis, MO in Fall 2005. Co-author of Derivation of Design and Manufacturing Solutions by Means of Decision Pruning and ...
5 Subjects: including prealgebra, drawing, HTML, computer programming
$50.00/hr
Laurel, MD

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