Award-Winning Elementary Math Tutors in Washington, DC
Linh "I am a third year undergraduate at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. I major in Biological Sciences, and I'm working my way toward obtaining my B.A in Biology and continuing on to dental school. I'm currently a medical interpreter, but I have tutored for quite a lot in the past years..."
Komba "I love tutoring and helping students facing any difficulties in Math and Statistics. I served as a teaching assistant for basic Mathematics and Statistics courses when I was completing my Masters degree at Stony Brook University. I received my Bachelors degree from Columbia University, where I also served as a tutor. I have also tutored countless number of CUNY students studying to pass the CUNY Assessment test in Math. Each student is unique, and I understand that the techniques and style I use is tailored directly towards the needs of the student..."
Murat "A graduate of Yale University, I majored in Religious Studies while also pursing the pre-med track. I have four years of tutoring a wide-range of subjects. I've tutored students who are preparing to take standardized tests (particularly the GED exam) in math, reading and writing, and specific subjects..."
Craig "...While I always enjoyed tutoring undergraduate students, I found great satisfaction in teaching Math to struggling teenagers. From my experiences, I learned that anyone can tackle basic mathematical ideas if they are given proper patience and instruction. Furthermore, I have learned that every student has a unique style of learning..."
Alexander "...I feel this allows the student to behave more comfortably, and in turn, get more out of the material that they are learning. This strategy has worked especially well in the Baltimore City Prison. I do recognize that each student is an individual and may have different ways of learning material..."
Nathan "I received my Bachelors of Science in Physics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in May 2011. I was a Teaching Assistant of a Physics course for two years while I was there. I basically helped teach the class by making sure the students understood what the professor was saying during the lectures..."
Celine "...I have also gained experience working with students as a middle school teacher and as a mentor in an elementary school reading program. After teaching at the Washington Middle School for Girls in DC, I earned an Ed.M in Education Policy and Management at The Harvard Graduate School of Education and currently work as a project manager in education assessment. While I am no longer in a classroom during the day, I still enjoy helping students reach their maximum academic potential..."
Haverford College - BA, History
Harvard Graduate School of Education - Ed.M, Education Policy and Management
Alexa "I am a first grade teacher in Loudoun County, Virginia. Last year I had 25 amazing students. We worked very hard on reading, writing, and math..."
University of South Carolina - BA, Elementary Education
State Certified Teacher
Ariel "...I taught them in such a way that by the end of the summer, they were able to not only explain and execute experiments, but also articulate the scientific background and significance to other researchers. During my time at Georgetown University School of Medicine, I also worked as a lecture note taker for ten months, where I reorganized, reworded, and supplemented lecture notes for fellow graduate students. I answered classmates' questions on the topics, compiled study guides, and was commended for my ability to make otherwise difficult concepts easy to understand..."
Gabe "...I have taught students of all grades and ages, in summer camps and schools, and this hands-on experience guides my work with newer students. I like to think outside the box and encourage students to approach subjects from different angles, in ways they haven't considered before. Everyone learns differently, and I do my best to find what works for every student..."