...Incorporate games and many interactive strategies in daily teaching so your students never get bored.
5)Make the Lesson Relevant
Knowing what issues matter to the student guides the teacher in the preparation of the lesson. Many young people may perceive much of what they need to know as irrele... (read more)
...Many problems that students had while I tutored chemistry for Penn State arose because of students struggles with algebra. All the math covered in the ACT test was used heavily in all my core courses of Chemistry at Penn State. The best method to study for tests like these is to become familiar with the question formatting of the ACT test. (read more)
...I have a B.A. in Applied Mathematics (including Statistics) and Economics from The Johns Hopkins University, where I graduated with a 3.96 GPA and earned admission into the Phi Beta Kappa Honors Society. I also have an MBA in Finance and Public Policy from The Wharton School, where I earned admi... (read more)
After teaching Latin and English (and occasionally German) at the same high school for 30 years, I have recently retired and now teach study skills and SAT prep classes at the local community college. I was dual certified by the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards, something that less... (read more)
...I recently graduated from UChicago with a Political Science major and a History minor, but I have had a passion for these two subjects all of my life. I constantly scour the internet for new articles to read and new subjects to learn about, and I would like to share all that I have learned with ... (read more)