There is always more than one way to solve a math problem! 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.
Washington, DCView Tutor
...I tutored through my university throughout college, and have additional experience as a freelance tutor and as a teaching assistant-if you would like to know more about my background, please feel free to ask. I have the most experience tutoring math and statistics-be it algebra (I,II), pre-calcu...
Lusby, MDView Tutor
...He enjoys tabletop games, museums, and volunteering at the National Archives.I currently work as a federal economist at the Bureau of Labor Statistics and have a strong practical background in mathematics. SAS is my secondary statistical package of choice. All internal processes at the Bureau o...
Alexandria, VAView Tutor
I have loved math and science for as long as I can remember, and I have loved working with kids as a tutor and a camp counselor since I was a senior in high school. I have tutored middle and high school students for 3 years and I have been a camp counselor for kids aged 9-16 for the past 6 summers. I am patient, observant, encouraging and respectful.
College Park, MDView Tutor
...Operations Research). In the past 20 years, I have used my training to teach as a mathematics adjunct professor and tutor students in both linear algebra and discrete math. I am well qualified to tutor these subjects both in theory and practice. Respectfully submitted, Alvin D.
Bowie, MDView Tutor