...I have successfully developed and implemented several mental arithmetic programs at various elementary and middle schools. I integrated technology to engage learners and implemented a variety of assessments to ensure maximum learning in each course unit. Every one of my students knew what we were learning, why we were learning it, and how it applied to the world beyond the classroom.
Alexandria, VAView Tutor
...As a former math teacher with a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from Stanford and a Master's degree in Teaching from American, I know that there are infinite ways to approach math problems. I also know that exploring many methods is the best way to build conceptual understanding of math. In ma...
Washington, DCView Tutor
...From taking advanced classes in undergraduate and high school to current day, I am always fascinated by how we and our society have come to be. It's important to understand where we've come from and learn from history's mistakes. I have always had an interest in economics - it is an integral part of our world, especially finance and political spectrums.
Chevy Chase, MDView Tutor
...Many students have told me that I was able to explain a concept to their understanding much easier and quicker than their current teachers. I also try to make learning fun and exciting whenever possible. In addition, it may direct them towards a career in science, filling the growing future need in the United States for scientists and engineers.
Burke, VAView Tutor
...In high school, I was ranked 3rd in my class with a 3.99 GPA. Since I am still in school, I know well what students are going through. I know the panic of realizing an upcoming test is going to be harder than expected and I know the frustration of trying to do the math homework and not having any clue as to what the next step should be.
College Park, MDView Tutor