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Carlos H. ...In school, I was not only the best math student but I was always the go-to kid for help. My math skills are sharp and I know a lot of the tricks to works problems faster and cleaner. A few years ago, I tutored my roommate and she believed that I explained things better to her than any of her teachers.
14 Subjects: including trigonometry, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Washington, DC
Jennifer W. ...I especially enjoy teaching Algebra 1 and seeing a student's skill level rise throughout the course of their study as the Algebra 1 course material builds upon the firm foundation at the beginning. As a chemistry major and scientist, I found that a thorough grasp of algebra and mathematics in ge...
38 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, English, reading
Bowie, MD
Jon M. ...O-Chem, A-Chem, P-Chem, you name it! If you could use a little help in any of these subject areas, let me know!I have published a paper in the Biotechnology Journal using original code that I wrote in MATLAB. I've been using MATLAB since about 2004/2005, and I have a deep understanding of its powerful capabilities and also its limitations.
37 Subjects: including trigonometry, reading, chemistry, statistics
Falls Church, VA
Michelle F. ...I have received excellent student evaluations in all of the classes I have taught. I have also been a private tutor and mentor throughout my undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral career (over 10 years). I have tutored students of all ages and abilities. These experiences have given me the capability to explain difficult concepts to a general audience.
7 Subjects: including trigonometry, physics, geometry, algebra 1
Laurel, MD
Elizabeth T. ...In many math classrooms today, teachers show their students one way to solve a problem, and then the students simply mimic a series of steps. This approach does not promote conceptual understanding! Students need to be able to think critically and creatively when they face a new problem.
16 Subjects: including trigonometry, English, writing, calculus
Washington, DC

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