...Everybody has their way of learning and understanding things. Some are more analytical and practical while others are more mechanical. We all have our way of understanding things.
Washington, DCView Tutor
...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 chemistry (including AP chemistry) as well as college-level general chemistry. I very much enjoy spreading ...
Bowie, MDView Tutor
...I continue to teach one section of Supplemental Instruction for Calculus I at the Naval Academy, a non-graded voluntary course for those who wish additional help for their graded Calculus I course. For two years I worked in the Center for Academic Excellence at the United States Naval Academy. ...
Severna Park, MDView Tutor
...Whenever necessary, I return to concepts the student already knows well, and build back up from there to establish new concepts on a solid foundation. I am now working full time at night, so I am typically available for one client each evening and morning. In the evening, I can meet in Ashburn, McLean, or anywhere in between; mornings I am available only in Ashburn.
Ashburn, VAView Tutor
...My approach utilizes the theoretical concepts and ties them to real world examples to help the student translate from theory into practicality. This typically makes the subject more interesting as well as easier to conceptually grasp. Precalculus prepares students for calculus the same way that pre-algebra prepares students for Algebra I.
Leesburg, VAView Tutor