...I find that sessions of about 90 or 120 minutes (depending on the student) tend to be optimal in length - longer tends to lead to fatigue and less efficient time spent. I can travel to you or tutor in my home or at a local library.I have a PhD in physics and have been a professor of physics for a decade. I have tutored physics for nearly 20 years.
Silver Spring, MDView Tutor
...I'm available just to practice conversation skills or to work towards succeeding in a Spanish class. I also tutor math and English subjects. I minored in Math at Emory and took two years of AP Calculus in high school, so I understand the work needed to succeed in those atmospheres.
Washington, DCView Tutor
...I have a bachelors in business management and served as a military officer for seven years. It was partially the desire to have a consistent learning experience for my children (not an easy task for the ever-roaming families in the military) that formed my decision to home school. My children continue to be home schooled through high school.
Dumfries, VAView Tutor
...I love tutoring because it allows me to develop my skills and express my style in regards to teaching. I feel that by me being of the younger generation, I am able to connect with students more and accommodate their needs. I know how students struggle with learning and I know how to accommodate these problems because I've recently encountered the same problems.
College Park, MDView Tutor
...Additionally, I have previously served as the math lead teacher for my building. Prior to teaching with FCPS, I worked with Charles County Public Schools, and tutored for two agencies in Rochester, New York. As a teacher, my goal is to tailor instruction to best fit the needs of my students.
Springfield, VAView Tutor