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Thomas C. ...Nevertheless, I like to use humor in my teaching of grammar, because, after all, many rules are contradictory and subject to exceptions. My teaching style is non-judgemental and intended to help you easily switch between Standard and colloquial English as the situation requires. Geometry is a f...
24 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, biology, calculus
Rockville, MD
Jennifer T. ...I am working towards my second degree. At the Dojang I train at we also learned a bit of hapkido judo and jujitsu. when I teach classes I go over world tae kwon do federation forms as well as self defenses. Through tae kwon do I also teach the values of respect, courtesy, self control, indomitable spirit, integrity, and perseverance.
31 Subjects: including algebra 2, elementary math, ACT Math, reading
Columbia, MD
Amy M. ...While I loved teaching high school, I love tutoring even more - it's seeing a student grow and learn that inspires me. For tutoring methods, I use the student's textbook as a base, then add on as needed from my experience and resources. Each student has his/her best learning style (visual/auditory/musical/kinesthetic, etc.), and once we discover that style, we build on that.
14 Subjects: including prealgebra, algebra 1, algebra 2, vocabulary
Columbia, MD
Jeffrey K. ...I also have an MBA in Finance and Public Policy from The Wharton School, where I earned admission into the Beta Gamma Sigma Honors Society. I have taken two SAT prep courses, with transferable skills to the ACT, GMAT, GRE, and other standardized tests. I am a Certified Financial Planner and Chartered Financial Consultant, and have been in the financial services industry for over 20 years.
15 Subjects: including ACT Math, algebra 1, geometry, prealgebra
Pikesville, MD
Arthur E. ...We don't want to just “learn for the test” ....though passing the test is very important. I've found that learning the fundamentals versus shortcuts for the test will help you succeed in the long term and on future standardized tests which assess cumulative knowledge. As your tutor, you'll be fully engaged from the beginning to the end of the session.
16 Subjects: including algebra 2, biology, physics, prealgebra
Laurel, MD

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