...In many math classrooms today, teachers show their students one way to solve a problem, and then the students simply mimic a series of steps. This approach does not promote conceptual understanding! Students need to be able to think critically and creatively when they face a new problem.
Washington, DCView Tutor
I am a graduate student at the Catholic University of America, who will be entering her second year of study in Fall '10. I did my undergraduate degree in physics at Cornell University, and I took a number of chemistry, biology, and math courses throughout high school and my college career. I have...
Silver Spring, MDView Tutor
...I also used my bilingual skills to connect and tutor two French-speaking students in our group. It was a rewarding experience because it allowed me to serve as a role model for those students and help them succeed academically. I enjoy tutoring; it brings me great joy to see students succeed and I am thankful to be a part of it.
Bowie, MDView Tutor
...I have also had extensive coursework in econometrics and used econometrics in research papers in both college and graduate school. I received an A in college-level linear algebra course, and have taken and received As and Bs in additional math courses (ordinary differential equations, partial di...
Arlington, VAView Tutor
...I have tutored calculus while I was in college and at the math learning center where I worked. I took calculus in one form or another at least six times throughout my schooling career. Upper level study of the subject at university afford me a deep understanding of geometry.
Baltimore, MDView Tutor