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...All 3 of my children took Trigonometry when they were in high school. I was very successful as their tutor. I enjoy math and I am very patient.
Severna Park, MDView Tutor
...Throughout my life, I have worked with youth in many capacities: coaching both basketball and tennis teams; one-on-one mentoring through the YMCA, volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House, peer tutoring in middle school and high school, babysitting, and being an uncle of twin 10 year old boys! ...
Millersville, MDView Tutor
...I try to make the math relevant to the real-world, and bring specific examples of when you would use each concept.I have a Bachelor's degree in Physics and a Master's degree in Teaching secondary physics. I have taught and tutored algebra I for two years. I have a Bachelor's degree in Physics and a Master's degree in Teaching secondary physics.
Ellicott City, MDView Tutor
...I apply basic physics principles on a daily basis in my work, and as such am able to articulate the complex concepts of physics in ways that will help my students learn more effectively. I have an extensive mathematics background with BS/MS degrees in Electrical Engineering. Much of electrical engineering is based on differential equations, so this is a common tool I use in my job.
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