...This is especially true for those of us who teach students labeled EDLD. One of the core differences in teaching special education is the necessity of providing direct instruction in how to be a successful student. A large proportion of the students who are given these labels suffer from some form Executive Function disorders. (read more)
...Case studies and role playing can lead to valuable discussions that engage students in deep, meaningful learning.The environment must be conducive to the expression of doubts and questions that lead to growth and understanding.
4) Use a Variety of Teaching Methods
Young people are social creatur... (read more)
...Needless to say, with such rewarding results, it’s easy to be enthusiastic at what I do. I look forward to helping you or your child succeed! Usually, I meet my students at a mutually agreed upon location such as a library, coffee shop, etc.I have a Bachelor of Science degree in math from the University of Maryland. (read more)
...In high school math especially, too many students fall behind in skills that they need to build on. Then they develop the attitude that "I just can't do math." I believe that everyone can "do math" if they're firmly grounded in the basic principles and continue to practice through homework. I have uncovered weakness in earlier subjects while tutoring more advanced math. (read more)
...Rules learned during the Grammar Warm-Ups were expected to be applied in all writing tasks for these English courses, whether single sentences or multi-paragraph essays. In the state of Pennsylvania, one of my certifications is in English. During the past 15+ years as a learning support teacher, I have taught ninth through twelfth grade students in a public high school in Math. (read more)