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Elizabeth T. ...I also know that exploring many methods is the best way to build conceptual understanding of math. 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!
16 Subjects: including English, calculus, writing, geometry
$70.00/hr
Washington, DC
Sarah L. ...I hold myself to a high standard. I will never bill a lesson if a parent or student is not entirely satisfied with my tutoring. I try to be flexible with time.
12 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, literature
$60.00/hr
Washington, DC
Francine S. ...I like to make tutoring fun and interactive. I tutor through modeling and require my clients to try their best.There are times when one can soar like an eagle and things just seem to happen. There other times when one finds him/herself faced with a struggle or challenge because the dots just don't seem to connect.
12 Subjects: including reading, English, grammar, public speaking
$60.00/hr
Washington, DC
Samantha S. ...There is enjoyment to be found in an English vocabulary chapter, or in a French grammar structure, if you approach it with different eyes. I want to help students see what they can like about learning words, and in doing so, see them take language confidently for their own tool in learning and i...
5 Subjects: including English, French, grammar, proofreading
$35.00/hr
Washington, DC
Kevin F. ...I have a BA in French from The University of Texas at Austin and, after teaching English in France, have taught French for the last 5 years. I ran a small business teaching French in Houston, but decided to go back to school for my MA in Washington. I have done one-on-one tutorials as well as taught large classrooms, and I've worked with children and adults alike.
2 Subjects: including French, ESL/ESOL
$50.00/hr
Washington, DC