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 often approach many real life subjects as if they were algebra problems. I've always been a history buff. 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.
Chevy Chase, MDView Tutor
...During college, I volunteered at a community center as an elementary Math and Reading Skills Tutor. I also participated in a mentor-ship program at a local high school that included weekly tutoring and homework help. After graduating, I continued tutoring by volunteering with an organization helping middle and high school students with Math, Reading, and Standardized Test Preparation.
Arlington, VAView Tutor
...I believe my diverse background enables me to connect with students having various interests and experience levels. I have a PhD in Chemistry. I teach chemistry at Northern Virginia Community College, and I have been tutoring students in Chemistry for over 15 years.
Burke, VAView Tutor
...Accordingly, I want students to conquer unknown material by acquiring knowledge facilitated by my energetic, fun, patient, persistent, and open-minded personality. In light of my appreciation for humanizing the educational process, I describe how my professional experience applies to teaching. ...
Reston, VAView Tutor