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Richard G. ...One of the core differences in teaching special education is the necessity of providing direct instruction in how to be a successful student. A large proportion of the students who are given these labels suffer from some form Executive Function disorders. By definition this means they have considerable difficulty with any activity requiring organization or sequencing.
16 Subjects: including prealgebra, algebra 1, geometry, reading
Annandale, VA
Barbara C. ...I have a B.A. in Special Studies: Mathematics Education (K-12) and wide experience teaching and tutoring math in this age range, using a remedial and differentiated approach. I have instructed students at this level as a math specialist, tutor in reading, math, social studies, science, arts/craf...
13 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, vocabulary, grammar
Hyattsville, MD
Michael H. ...I look forward to hearing from you.Since 2007, I have earned several certifications (LPI and CompTIA+) in Linux administration, which require basic and intermediate level knowledge of networks. As a part of my daily work, I maintain networks for small businesses and apartment complexes. As a w...
39 Subjects: including calculus, ACT Math, SAT math, probability
Catonsville, MD
Musyoka M. ...I learned a great deal in college and graduate school about Mathematics, Physics, Engineering and many other subjects. But the most important lesson I took away is how to learn. When I am tutoring I aim to pass on this lesson to all of my students.
9 Subjects: including algebra 2, precalculus, differential equations, algebra 1
Washington, DC
Serena B. ...Perhaps one day you will come to love math and test prep as much as I do. I have had the unique opportunity to design my own undergraduate major, and I have chosen to study the psychology of math education. I have had formal training in how students think about mathematical concepts and where these understandings may fail.
13 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, biology, grammar
Washington, DC

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