...Also, they must have efficient, accurate, and generalizable methods for computing. Students should be actively engaged in learning, and be responsible for their own behavior. Without the ability to compute effectively, the students’ ability to solve complex and interesting problems is limited. (read more)
...Regardless of the specific subject, a student can succeed in a course if they keep the following things in mind.
1) Consistency: Cramming is a bad way to approach the material. It is much more effective to spend 30 minutes every day studying algebra than to spend 5 hours once a week. This way ... (read more)
22 Subjects: includingACT Reading,English,ACT English,ACT Math
...Since I dove into the teaching world I have loved it ever since. I love helping others to realize that math isn't as scary or as hard as it sounds. Students who get that "AH HA!" moment is what I'm all about. (read more)
...I look forward to preparing kids for high school and teens for college, especially in writing essays. In high school, I was in gifted English and made a 34 in the English section of the ACT. I also graduated early from high school and started college at seventeen. (read more)
I am a crazy mathematics fanatic. I have loved math from age 14 in high school. As a high school student, I breezed through accelerated classes (1/2 year courses) until I was learning calculus as a junior. (read more)