...I consider myself a mentor and not a tutor. The word tutor comes from a root word meaning "guardian, watcher." The word mentor has roots that imply a mentor is an "advisor." It isn't my style to stand over students, but rather to guide them in the right direction.Grammar and Vocabulary - I have ...
Alexandria, VAView Tutor
...I believe that students learn by having hands-on activities to help them grasp and retain information. I love teaching and tutoring because I want to see students succeed at "getting it." I love working with students individually so that they we can work together toward the accomplishment of the...
Washington, DCView Tutor
...I am flexible and will be more than happy to adjust to your schedule/hours. Language learning is hard but I know how to make it fun too! I am sure you'll learning the language with me as I enjoy teaching it!I am a graduate of Moscow Linguistic University with a degree in teaching Russian, English and French.
Arlington, VAView Tutor
...I recently graduated from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) with a B.A. in Political Science, and spent the length of my college career honing my writing style and strengthening my analytical, comprehension, and communication skills - skills that have improved the quality of my ...
Upper Marlboro, MDView Tutor
...I do all tutoring sessions in my own home, and look forward to meeting your student.I'm a certified math teacher, who has tutored students in algebra for 5 years. In addition, I have the equivalent of a math minor from Wheaton College (except for the computer science courses they required). I'm ...
Springfield, VAView Tutor