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Christopher K.
...Students who study with me will learn basic orthographic setup, modeling techniques such as extrusion and boolean modifiers. More advanced users can cover things like models physical integrity and exporting to other formats. My experience with programming goes back to when I was quite young.
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15 Subjects: including Java, computer science, Microsoft Excel, C++
Christopher K.
$45.00/hr
Arlington, VA
Alisa B.
...I have been teaching English and Russian for more than 20 years. I am proud of my students who successfully passed language exams. Some of them have also become teachers or translators/interpreters.
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3 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, Russian, grammar
Alisa B.
$50.00/hr
Rockville, MD
Judith S.
...I believe in assigning homework that is challenging and also providing periodic assessments and progress reports. I hold myself to a high standard. For that reason, I often ask for feedback and I never bill for a lesson in which the student or parent is not completely satisfied with the tutoring.
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12 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, grammar
Judith S.
$65.00/hr
Washington, DC
Nibret A.
I am a hydraulic/civil engineer by profession. For my undergraduate program, I was the recipient of the prize for an outstanding student. I have both classroom teaching and private tutoring experiences.
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16 Subjects: including chemistry, calculus, physics, geometry
Nibret A.
$50.00/hr
Silver Spring, MD
Karin N.
...This gives me a chance to see their ability to stay focused and understand what they have read. We then develop a plan based on what they can realistically do ? perhaps as little as 5 minutes of work followed by a short break. Over time, we keep lengthening the amount of time spent working and decrease the breaks.
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9 Subjects: including ESL/ESOL, grammar, special needs, autism
Karin N.
$35.00/hr
Rockville, MD
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