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Rick D. ...Since graduating, I've taught algebra and grammar in summer school; taught Latin and AP Computer Science (in Java) as a full-time high school teacher; and also done one-on-one tutoring (mostly in Latin, algebra, and world history) with students ranging from the 7th to 12th grade. My interest in ...
18 Subjects: including geometry, music history, classics, algebra 1
$90.00/hr
Washington, DC
Patrick W. ...As for my educational background, I went to high school here in Arlington, VA, and from there went on to Carnegie Mellon University where I earned by BS in Mechanical Engineering. While this does mean my formal background is primarily in Math and Science, I have also always had a passion for his...
30 Subjects: including algebra 1, SAT math, trigonometry, prealgebra
$40.00/hr
Washington, DC
Caroline S. I have been working as a personal tutor since November 2007 for the George Washington University (GWU) Athletic Department. I have hundreds of hours of experience and am well-versed in explaining complicated concepts in a way that beginners can easily understand. I specialize in tutoring math (from pre-algebra to differential equations!) and statistics.
16 Subjects: including discrete math, differential equations, probability, ACT Math
$65.00/hr
Arlington, VA
John F. ...Because I was interested in these aspects of human psychology, I took developmental psychology at Vanderbilt University, which is a class in the Peabody school of education. Peabody is the #1 education school in the country, and I got an A- in this very rigorous class. Many of the students I ha...
29 Subjects: including algebra 1, MCAT, ACT Math, SAT math
$50.00/hr
Bethesda, MD
B Theresa B. ...I also use Marzano’s Six Steps to Teach Vocabulary: Step one: Explain a new word, going beyond reciting its definition. Step two: Students restate or explain the new word in their own words (verbally and/or in writing). Step three: Ask students to create a non-linguistic representation of t...
14 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, reading, biology
$45.00/hr
Gaithersburg, MD

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