...Being resourceful allows you find different ways to approach and solve a problem. Being analytical allows you to clearly understand how something works. In my professional career, I play a key role between technical and non-technical people.
Washington, DCView Tutor
...At the college level I only focus in on math and English. If you choose me to be your tutor I'll make sure you walk out of each session with enough knowledge to teach me about it. In AmeriCorps I was the New York site's Math Coordinator where I had to help the ~300 other corps members with their ability to effectively teach math from the 3rd to 9th grade levels.
Ridgely, MDView Tutor
I am a Yale graduate with extensive experience tutoring at middle school, high school and college levels. I particularly enjoy teaching calculus and statistics. Right now, I have space in my schedule for one more regular student on weekends, so I'm looking for someone to help out!
Hyattsville, MDView Tutor
Hi! I have been tutoring chemistry for more than 10 years. I started as an undergrad while at Denison University (Granville, Ohio). While there I worked as a one-on-one and group tutor as well as a teaching assistant in the general chemistry labs.
Crownsville, MDView Tutor
...I constantly use manipulatives and real-life experiences (like Montessori). I plan my lessons to be short and mobile, with stations so students move around the room. I tell my students that we all have bad days, but no matter what they do and what kind of day they have, I will be their cheerleader, on and off the ?field? until they graduate. And I follow through with that and show them.
Laurel, MDView Tutor