# Award-Winning Trigonometry Tutors in Columbia, MD

Jonah ...of Science and a Master's degree from Johns Hopkins SAIS in International Relations and Economics. I have over ten years of tutoring experience, working with students anywhere on the spectrum from kindergarten to graduate school, with a particular focus on high school. I enjoy tutoring a range of subjects, but particularly Math, Science, Economics, and Foreign Languages. Whatever the subject, I am a proponent of the "Teach a man to fish..." approach: rather than just...

Yale University - Bachelor in Arts, History of Science

Johns Hopkins SAIS - Master of Arts, International Relations

Donielle I'm currently an 8th grade math teacher and have been for the past 9 years. I have taught 6th, 7th and 8th grade math. I have also taught Algebra and Geometry.

Trinity University - Bachelor of Science, Mathematics

George Washington University - Master of Science, middle grade mathematics

Calvin ...culture, or nation, math is one language that transcends man’s instinctive nature of classification. It connects each and every person in an attempt to understand the world that surrounds them. Equipped with numerous methods, yet grounded by finite answers, math builds upon a person’s need to build relationships, creating bridges across any division. It is this “human” aspect of mathematics that intrigues me the most. Arriving at the same answer through so many different possible...

Clark Atlanta University - Bachelors, Mathematics

Clark Atlanta University - Masters, Pure Mathematics

Jordan ...and I grew up in Silver Spring, Maryland, attending Montgomery Blair High School. I recently graduated from the University of Cambridge (England), where I earned a masters degree in engineering. While I tutor a number of subjects, math and physics are my favorites. I was a teaching assistant at Duke University for several semesters, and helped my peers with learning physics, material science, and engineering - so algebra now seems like a breeze! I'm a...

Duke Univeristy - Unknown, Mechanical Engineering

Jarvis ...2003, with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Chemical Engineering. Since my graduation, I have regularly tutored different mathematics and science courses such as Physics, Geometry, Algebra I and II, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus. I especially enjoy using guided practice to help others understand a little more about the material and its implications for the real world. I believe that I'm a good tutor because I understand from experience what it's like to not have...

North Carolina State University at Raleigh - Bachelor of Science, Chemical Engineering

Corey I am a current graduate student at Johns Hopkins University studying economics. I am interested in using math and economics to unravel the mysteries that make up our modern world. Professionally I worked as a strategy consultant at Pricewaterhouse Coopers after graduating from Georgetown University ... I believe that learning should be first and foremost fun and enjoyable. No amount of studying will ever work if a student is not passionate and engaged with the material.

Georgetown University - Bachelors, Mathematics

Johns Hopkins University - Masters, Applied Economics

Steven ...research lab developing new ways to image blood flow using ultrasound, eventually earning a Master's degree in Biomedical Engineering. 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,...

University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill - Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Engineering

University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill - Master of Science, Biomedical Engineering

Chinedu ...of Science in Engineering Physics. For six summers I taught science, technology, engineering and math to underserved children around the country as a mentor and a site director for the Summer Engineering Experience for Kids(SEEK) program. I was also a Frostburg State University tutor for two and a half years; tutoring students in a variety of math and physics courses. While I continue to tutor this wide array of courses, I most enjoy tutoring algebra,...

Frostburg State University - Bachelor of Science, Engineering Physics

Jessica ...Math Workshop. During that time I was promoted to Head Tutor. I tutored anything from basic and foundation math skills to Calculus 2. I also taught Middle School Mathematics and 5th Grade Math. I am an excellent tutor because I listen to those I am tutoring to understand the fundamental misunderstanding that they are experiencing. I also bring a positive attitude and joy to the study of math that many students are missing. I am...

Wittenberg University - Bachelor in Arts, Political Science and Government

Laura ...and tutoring one on one at elementary, middle, and high school levels. I began tutoring as a high school student where I worked with other students in my school district tutoring mostly math and science. Then, before attending college I spent 6 months teaching English in Peru. Last year, as a sophomore in college, I was a TA for the Spanish Department, responsible for creating and executing my own lesson plans for two one-hour classes...

Washington University in St Louis - Bachelor of Science, Anthropology/PreMed