...Look at something another way, and it will mean something different, something more, something you'll remember. Or use your other senses to hear a lesson, smell a fact, experiment with what works for you. Start as far back as it takes to find your entry point, and your journey will be so much easier from then on.
Prince Frederick, MDView Tutor
...I look forward to working with my future students and to spreading my passion for math and science with them!During my senior year of high school, I spent a month as a full-time volunteer tutoring elementary school students at a domestic abuse shelter. After my first year in college, I got a sum...
Alexandria, VAView Tutor
...Throughout my time at the University of Maryland, I would tutor grade school students on Saturdays for a little pocket money, but it was a teaching assistantship for art theory class that helped me recognize the different ways of learning, and how some teaching methods work with some students bet...
Dunkirk, MDView Tutor
...I have two decades of experience playing violin, both as a student, as well as professionally in pit orchestras and chamber groups. I began playing with the Suzuki method when I was five years old, and continued with private lessons through high school. I was principal second violin in our high...
Upper Marlboro, MDView Tutor
...I completed a B.S. degree in Applied Mathematics from GWU, graduating summa cum laude, and also received the Ruggles Prize, an award given annually since 1866 for excellence in mathematics. I minored in economics and went on to study it further in graduate school. My graduate work was completed...
Arlington, VAView Tutor