...The key is that these activities must be meaningful.
2)Be a Good Role Model of Learning
Students watch those who teach them. if you do not find excitement and joy in the learning process, your students will sense this and close down to you instruction. You must frequently share with students ho... (read more)
...I've worked with middle school and high school students for a while, in Baltimore and in Western Maryland where I live. I'm hoping to be able to help out anyone who needs extra support understanding math concepts, using my own experiences and the benefit of being able to apply math hands-on in t... (read more)
...I know the concepts covered on these tests backward and forwards. I have also been helping kids brainstorm and edit college admissions essays for 10+ years. A better SAT/ACT score means more options when your child applies to college. (read more)
...Examples of topics covered include: composite functions, polynomial functions, rational functions, trigonometric functions and their inverses, exponential functions, logarithmic functions, sequences and series, and binomial theorem. All four topics (Numbers & Operations, Algebra I & II, Geometr... (read more)
...I've been playing the game for 20+years. I am certified in special education in the State of Maryland and have been working in a special education classroom for almost three years. I have taught students with autism on a one-to-one, small-group, and whole-group basis in various areas of education. (read more)