...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
...As a high school freshman, I scored 800 on the math portion of the SAT. I've "cracked the code" for standardized tests, and can teach my secrets to students. I did math team all through middle and high school, and was the national math champion (Mu Alpha Theta) for high school seniors in 1987.
Greenbelt, MDView Tutor
...I have about 11 years of experience teaching and/or tutoring math courses to all age groups. I particularly specialize in elementary math, middle school math, algebra I, algebra II, geometry, and trigonometry. My approach to teaching math is to break a problem down into its simplest form while using dry erase boards, visual aids, and technology (calculator, computer, iPad) where appropriate.
Glen Burnie, MDView Tutor
...I have 2 children (8 and 3) so I have lots of patience, understanding and a knack of teaching young ones and adolescents. Over years I have taught students from a broad spectrum like G/T as well as below grade levels. My students have achieved an improvement of one-two letter grade in a semester.
Clarksville, MDView Tutor
...It allows the tutor to sharpen their skills in the subject, learn to see a problem from a different angle, and really expand their knowledge on a particular subject. In addition, many students have far more ability in mathematics than they give themselves credit for. Most of the material that is taught in early undergraduate courses is just honing a particular set of techniques!
Olney, MDView Tutor