Award-Winning Math Tutors in Washington, DC
Timothy " Greetings! My name is Tim Mannel. I graduated from the University of Virginia in May with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. As an older brother, former babysitter, and camp counselor, I have always enjoyed working with children of all ages..."
Andrea "...I also have experience with curriculum development at the high school and graduate school levels, including a published, peer-reviewed medical school curriculum. While I tutor a broad range of subjects in the mathematics and sciences, I am most passionate about Calculus and Chemistry. I especially enjoy working with students on ACT and SAT science and math..."
Jilian "As an experienced tutor in English, GED studies, reading and writing, I am always optimistic, invested in my student's development and empathize with their learning needs. In order for me to bridge their learning gap, I first learn how my students learn best. My skills in literacy, training and development have provided me with vital tools needed to raise my student's achievements beyond their own expectations, by using challenging and rewarding lessons..."
Jacqueline "I am a graduate of James Madison University where I received my Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, as well as a Masters of Teaching for Secondary Education. I have been teaching in a middle school for the past three years, and have also had experience tutoring students in various math subjects (Geometry, Algebra, Pre-Algebra, and Algebra 2). I can tutor students in math subjects ranging from Pre-Algebra to Algebra 2/Trigonometry..."
Steven "... My work in the lab required a lot of Math and Physics knowledge for processing ultrasound signals and writing software to display images, plus a little bit of Chemistry and Biology for understanding what was happening as we took images. During my time at UNC I also had the opportunity to work with Habitat for Humanity, both building homes and tutoring the children who lived in the neighborhoods we were working in. It was incredibly rewarding to work with the same students for multiple years and watch them develop, both as students and people..."
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill - BS, Biomedical Engineering
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill - MS, Biomedical Engineering
Andrew "Background: I am a sustainable energy engineer with a strong background in math and science. I have worked on wind, solar and fusion energy systems for most of my career. Education: Cornell University - BS Mechanical Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology - MS Mechanical Engineering Personal Interests: I really enjoy the outdoors and spend as much time as I can hiking, camping and cycling. I would welcome the opportunity to help you with any questions you may have!."
Monica "My name is Monica, and I recently graduated from University of California – Berkeley with a B.A. in public health. I have tutored a wide range of elementary to high school students in several subjects, and so I understand every student has their own style of learning. As a tutor, I will do my best to provide a supporting environment and create lesson plans that will assist with the students understanding of the materials..."
Ann "I am a graduate of Brigham Young University and am currently a graduate student at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. I received my Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a focus on Clinical Psychology. While I tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about Mathematics (Statistics and Algebra) and Chinese..."
Brigham Young University - BS, Psychology
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology - MA, Clinical Counseling
Rachel "I graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in Pure Mathematics and a secondary teaching certification. Being a math teacher is fundamental to my identity. The school where I teach is small enough that I teach almost every math class, and I have designed my own curriculum..."
University of Michigan - BA, Mathematics
Jennifer "...My own coursework has included an extensive study of different quantitative methodology, such as Structural Equation Modeling (SEM), Hierarchical Linear Modeling (HLM), General Linear Modeling (GLM), Meta-Analysis, Bayesian Statistics, and more. I have experience with a number of analytic programs including SPSS, R, M-Plus, WinBugs, HLM, and Lisrel. In my own research, I am interested in methods for analyzing intensive longitudinal data collected in a digital gaming environment..."
Virginia Commonwealth University - BS, Psychology
CUNY Graduate School and University Center - MPhil, Educational Psychology: Quantitative Methods