...You must frequently share with students how you continue to learn as an adult and how valuable learning has been in your life.
3)Allow Youth to Discover Through Their Own Experiences
Never tell students something they can discover for themselves. Case studies and role playing can lead to valuab... (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)
...One of my majors for my undergraduate was Special Education k-12, mild to moderate. In college, I had experience working with students in Special Ed pull out classrooms and within the General Ed classroom. After graduation, I worked as a one-on-one aide for two students in Special Ed classrooms. (read more)
...I have been a Classroom teacher for all math levels from elementary through AP Calculus, including Algebra 2. I have been a Home Hospital Teacher for all levels K-12. I am a Former Engineer who wants math to make sense for all learners! (read more)
...Chemistry requires the understanding of math at the highest level. 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. (read more)