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John T. ...He also writes extensively for Words & Numbers, Science Recorder, and the Youth Fitness Council, for which he also serves as advisory board member. John's philosophy is based on creating and maintaining a healthy lifestyle of learning. "How we spend our time determines what we are good at. If we spend our time on entertainment, then we will be great at being entertained.
47 Subjects: including calculus, ACT Math, SAT math, precalculus
$50.00/hr
Ellicott City, MD
Karen M. ...I have excelled at bring them out of their shell and interacting with them on a level which they felt comfortable. I am PE certified and a former two sport college athlete (field hockey and lacrosse). I ran a sports arena for 4 years. I am PE certified.
10 Subjects: including geometry, algebra 1, prealgebra, special needs
$65.00/hr
Severna Park, MD
Mariyam F. ...I have worked with elementary school children on Math and English. I have also worked with high school students on Math and Science. While working on my Molecular Biology BS from Johns Hopkins University, I tutored college students on Math (including Calculus) and Science (including Chemistry). I have worked with individual students and small groups.
40 Subjects: including calculus, elementary (k-6th), vocabulary, geometry
$100.00/hr
Alexandria, VA
Jacob B. ...It's my job to bring out that knowledge. My academic focus is divided between contemporary literature and philosophy, though I have also published scholarly articles on film and graphic novels. Often, I've found students' existing interest in popular culture opens up a world of possibilities fo...
14 Subjects: including SAT math, reading, English, writing
$95.00/hr
Washington, DC
Philip P. ...I have worked for over 40 years as an engineer applying math to the solution of real-world problems. Algebra is the abstraction of basic arithmetic, using letters to stand in for specific known or unknown numbers. The abstract notation of algebra often gives new students difficulty, but the concept, when properly explained, is not difficult.
6 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, prealgebra
$40.00/hr
Olney, MD

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