...My approach in teaching math is to take a student where they are to where they need to be. In a practical sense this means conducting a mini pre-assessment, offering constant feedback, and asking the "right" questions to uncover misconceptions. One on one tutoring is the best and most efficient way to move a student ahead of his/her learning.
Herndon, VAView Tutor
...I'm also patient - if a student doesn't understand one way that I explain material, I'll find another. We'll work problems together, and go through each concept step-by-step. For student feedback on my calculus tutoring, please see Jay C's response on my feedback page.
Derwood, MDView Tutor
Hello. I tutor math. I tutor question by question, explaining concepts along the way. I cannot guarantee grade improvements. I also may not be able to answer many of your math questions, but I will try my best to help you understand and improve math skills.
Chantilly, VAView Tutor
...Along the way, I have tutored many students from high school through graduate school. I have a good sense of humor and you should enjoy our sessions. Whenever possible, I use real-world problems and applications so the concepts make sense.
Ashburn, VAView Tutor
...The math I can help with ranges from simple arithmetic to Calculus 3. I have taken classes in the following: Discrete Math Linear Algebra Calculus 2 Calculus 3 Probability Statistics I am planning on taking classes in Abstract Algebra, Foundations of Geometry, and Differential Equations next semester. Those are my limitations, but I generally like to stay within the high school level.
Fairfax, VAView Tutor