...While living in Europe, I spent most summers at archaeological digs in Cyprus and the Middle East. After my move to the U.S., I worked for the Greek Department of the Foreign Service Institute. I then lived in franco-phone Mauritania (West Africa) where I briefly taught English at the French Hi... (read more)
...Why would you consider me for tutoring? I have been a volunteer tutor at an elementary school, a substitute teacher at a middle school, and a basketball coach for a youth league. Although my wife, who is a school teacher, deserves most of the credit for raising our son, I like to think I did my part too. (read more)
...I studied Latin for many years which afforded me strong grammar skills in most languages I have studied. I am easy going, love sports and I have a multicultural background. I have traveled in many parts of the world and all that experience is very useful for students and also help them relate to the teachings. (read more)
Hello. I tutor math. I tutor question by question, explaining concepts along the way.
I cannot guarantee grade improvements. I also may not be able to answer many of your math questions, but I will try my best to help you understand and improve math skills. (read more)
...That's one of the aspects of metro D.C. that I value the most! Other interests of mine (besides math, teaching and travel) include music (especially choral singing), reading (aloud to my family and by myself), spending time outside on walks or playing Frisbee, and visiting my far-flung family. ... (read more)