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Reyniak R. ...My knowledge of the material allows me to explain the information simply yet adequately using basic principles. Students can then be led to build upon these basics to arrive at more complex conclusions. I genuinely enjoy teaching these subjects and enjoy seeing others learn it as well.
6 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, chemistry, prealgebra
$60.00/hr
Bowie, MD
Richard G. ...I am Licensed in Virginia as a Special Education Teacher for K-12 students who suffer Learning Disabilities and Severe Emotional Disabilities. I have been teaching since 1999 in self-contained, ED/LD facilities for Fairfax County Public Schools. I worked for 4 years at Herndon Center where I taught Pre-Algebra, U.S History, and Basic Skills.
16 Subjects: including algebra 1, reading, geometry, GED
$50.00/hr
Annandale, VA
Chisom O. ...Additionally, I spent one of my summers teaching a self-developed English and mathematics curriculum to rising 5th and 6th graders in Boston, Massachusetts. I love working with students and developing unique learning strategies to help each student succeed in the classroom. In high school, I was an honors students and took only Advanced Placement and honors courses.
33 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, reading, English
$55.00/hr
Washington, DC
Nicole B. ...Most recently, I taught six semesters of the evolution of the American Government and U.S. Constitution at the U.S. Naval Academy (the #12 liberal arts school in the United States). There I attained the distinction of master instructor and taught more than 350 students about our government using American history as the background and context with which our government has evolved.
47 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, Spanish, English
$45.00/hr
Upper Marlboro, MD
Kwame T. ...I have tutored a large number of friends and students dating back from middle school up to now. I strongly believe there should be a balance of discipline and enjoyment in order to bring out a persons' maximum potential in scholarship attainment. There is no such thing as a dumb student, only an untapped source.
13 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, chemistry, physics
$50.00/hr
Hyattsville, MD

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