...Remind the student where the information can be found.
4) Divide big assignments into smaller ones, and allow the child frequent breaks. Such strategies must be utilized to ensure that the student achieves success in learning. the ultimate goal is to teach the student self-control and to learn t... (read more)
...I hold a bachelor's degree in Secondary English Education and a master's degree in Deaf Education (Special Education) in grades K-12. I was trained as a reading specialist with a focus on teaching reading to students with special needs. I worked with students in K-6th grade at the Kendall School on the campus of Gallaudet University 1993. (read more)
...Additionally, I throw myself into everything that I do, usually with a great sense of humor, and often with creativity. Please feel free to send me messages. Don't be afraid to ask me questions or request clarification. (read more)
...I teach the same way I learn, through real world examples. I prefer using textbooks and example problems as a reference, but the best way to learn any math is to apply it in the real world. When I tutored high school students, we focused on the real application first, then the math, such as thr... (read more)
...Geometry is an interesting subject where along with the study of different geometrical figures we incorporate principles of maths. I have taught Precalculus to more than 30 students, I love teaching this subject as it forms the bases of calculus and strong foundation of precal helps to succeed ... (read more)