Bethann D. - $45.00/hr - Gettysburg, PA - View Bethann D. >>

...I introduced differential equations to the Calculus I class and have been working on more in-depth work involving differential equations and integrals with the Calculus II. I have had experience teaching students in a general education classroom who have to deal with ADD/ADHD difficulties every day. In addition, I have tutored students with ADHD outside of the normal education classroom. (read more)
**17 Subjects: **
including
Precalculus,
Statistics,
Geometry,
Algebra 2

Rodney C. - $55.00/hr - Frederick, MD - View Rodney C. >>

I am an experienced teacher with six years experience teaching algebra, pre-calculus, and calculus 1 in a classroom environment. My experiences also include four years helping students with their individual assignments in the Math Learning Center at Suffolk Community College in New York. Usually, students who came to the Learning for assistance passed their courses. (read more)
**12 Subjects: **
including
Precalculus,
Calculus,
French,
Algebra 1

Alisha B. - $50.00/hr - Germantown, MD - View Alisha B. >>

...Geometry is an interesting subject where along with the study of different geometrical figures we incorporate principles of maths. I have taught Precalculus to more than 30 students, I love teaching this subject as it forms the bases of calculus and strong foundation of precal helps to succeed ... (read more)
**29 Subjects: **
including
Precalculus,
Chemistry,
English,
Calculus

Matthew P. - $25.00/hr - Woodbine, MD - View Matthew P. >>

I am a current undergraduate student at UMD. I am a Math/Computer Science double major entering my second year. I am patient and love seeing a student's mind work until they finally have that eureka moment. (read more)
**11 Subjects: **
including
Precalculus,
Algebra 1,
Algebra 2,
Trigonometry

Qais F. - $50.00/hr - Frederick, MD - View Qais F. >>

...When I tutored high school students, we focused on the real application first, then the math, such as throwing a ball, and then talking about algebra and geometry, or why a roof should be a triangle or a rectangle, and then learn about geometry. As the math get more complex, the examples get more realistic! I find that this method makes the concepts intuitive. (read more)
**5 Subjects: **
including
Precalculus,
Calculus,
Mechanical Engineering,
SAT Math

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