Search for a Washington, DC Tutor

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Archella D. ...My approach to teaching is through hands on learning. Students need to manipulate their world in order to make sense of it. So through various manipulatives and/or real-life experiences students can move from the abstract to concrete.
9 Subjects: including reading, writing, grammar, elementary (k-6th)
Washington, DC
Mary H. ...I taught elementary Ed for 7 years, and taught teachers for 20 years. I taught phonics as a part of teaching reading skills in my classroom of 1-3rd graders. I studied phonics as a part of my BA in elementary education.
20 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, ESL/ESOL
Washington, DC
Muata G. ...I tutored in college and helped a lot of my colleagues raise their grades throughout college. My tutoring methods are subjective but they are most effective because of a mixture of simplifying the complex and intricate memorization techniques. I look forward to working with persons that are eager to learn.
10 Subjects: including biology, algebra 1, precalculus, anatomy
Washington, DC
Elizabeth N. ...I would be a great help for the math section, especially, but I also scored a 720 on the writing section and a 700 on the reading so I would be able to assist students on all parts of the SAT. While I did not take the ACT in high school, I did assist students who were going to take the ACT. I was studying for the SATs my Junior year of high school.
11 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Washington, DC
Jessica W. ...In the United States and in France, I have tutored students in middle school and high school in the past, using listening, reading, and speaking exercises to increase language fluency. I currently work at Georgetown University in the English Department. I'm very easy-going and flexible, but I am strict when I need to be.
14 Subjects: including English, reading, French, writing
Washington, DC