Tony S. - $35.00/hr - Washington, DC - View Tony S. >>

...I spent one year teaching second grade, and another year as a math intervention specialist for grades 1-8. I was required to use targeted assessment strategies to identify difficult topics for individual students and lead them to mastery by implementing very particular intervention strategies. I have 9 years of experience as a student in addition to having professional training as a teacher. (read more)
**31 Subjects: **
including
Geometry,
Reading,
English,
Writing

Kwema L. - $35.00/hr - Beltsville, MD - View Kwema L. >>

...I have a math degree from University of Pennsylvania and I tutored my sons in Math when they were in high school, including Trigonometry. I have a Math degree from an Ivy League university. I am currently tutoring 10 students in elementary Math (multiplication tables, word problems, fractions, etc.). I have assisted them in improving homework grades, test grades and their confidence. (read more)
**28 Subjects: **
including
Geometry,
Spanish,
Reading,
SAT Math

Jennifer W. - $32.00/hr - Bowie, MD - View Jennifer W. >>

...When teaching algebra, I enjoy seeing a student understand a concept he or she has been struggling with. As a former forensic chemist and lab technician as well as a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Drew University with a degree in chemistry (and a French minor), I am qualified to tutor high school ch... (read more)
**41 Subjects: **
including
Geometry,
English,
Reading,
Spanish

Asha O. - $45.00/hr - Waldorf, MD - View Asha O. >>

...At first, they have a “Math is hard!” mindset, but after a few sessions from me, they start to say, “Hey, maybe math isn’t so bad after all. I can do this!” Algebra 2 may be tougher than Algebra 1, but my students don’t have to worry, especially if I tutored them in Algebra 1! I utilize the sam... (read more)
**9 Subjects: **
including
Geometry,
Spanish,
Algebra 1,
ESL/ESOL

Elizabeth T. - $150.00/hr - Washington, DC - View 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. (read more)
**16 Subjects: **
including
Geometry,
English,
Calculus,
GRE

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