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Elyssa H. ...Algebra was by far my favorite type of math. I have taken Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus 1, and Calculus 2. There are several concepts within Algebra but the number one mentality to avoid is to not be afraid of variables, factoring, exponential calculating, etc.
14 Subjects: including chemistry, biology, algebra 1, algebra 2
Silver Spring, MD
Benjamin S. ...I say that I have two goals when working with students on math. 1) Help them achieve the math skills to succeed on any test, and 2) Make math fun! Last year I taught a group of 20 students guitar as part of an extra curricular program. Though I am new to teaching music, I emphasize the importance of learning while having fun.
4 Subjects: including reading, piano, elementary math, guitar
Washington, DC
Eric E. ...I look forward to meeting with you and your child soon. I've been playing guitar since I was 12. I like to teach rock, blues, and folk music.
7 Subjects: including GRE, SAT math, ACT Math, guitar
Bethesda, MD
Sharon C. ...Contact me anytime. I look forward to aiding in your success!During my years in college, I often assisted classmates with their term papers, essays, and writing projects. Sometimes they would come to my home, talk over the phone, or meet at a local coffee shop to discuss ways to improve their writing skills.
7 Subjects: including reading, writing, sign language, grammar
Alexandria, VA
Marcelline B. ...I consider it my obligation as an instructor to make sure my students are prepared to write properly using correct grammar. It sets my younger students up for academic success regardless of their majors, and it ensures that my adult students are credible and respected for their writing skills th...
10 Subjects: including reading, writing, grammar, business
Bethesda, MD

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