...I learned ASL over a period of several years, beginning in 1989. I have been teaching Introductory ASL classes for the last 20 years. I hold my master's degree in Deaf Education from Gallaudet University (1995). I am an ASl and PSE interpreter.
Frederick, MDView Tutor
...I know then that I'm making a difference. What that child learns, they will surely pass on to someone else. Learning should always be fun for a child so I work with each child individually to find what ways I can make it fun for them.
Laurel, MDView Tutor
...I enjoy joking around while I teach (even if it's cheesy chemistry humor) because I find that keeping students relaxed and in a positive frame of mind is the most important thing I can do to help improve the learning process. I'm a big nerd, and completely unapologetic about it. The best way to learn math is by doing.
Washington, DCView Tutor
...I can help you to understand computer programming and computer science, but it is very important to know exactly what is the goal you want to achieve. DOS is the first (and now the oldest) worldwide operating system for a personal computer. I have used it since I started to work in the IT field.
Burke, VAView Tutor
...I am familiar with using educational technology and can incorporate it into lessons to make learning easier and more permanent. Subject or test prep shouldn't be about memorizing terms without context or finding shortcuts, but about real improvement and a passion for the subject. I will challenge you and do everything I can to make tutoring an experience that is both enjoyable and rewarding.
Middletown, MDView Tutor