...I currently have a Master of Science degree in Mathematics and I feel that my background will be an advantage for your child. I have taught high school science, algebra, geometry, applied math, honors geometry and physics, and college level algebra and trigonometry. I trained teachers to use the TI-83 graphing calculator. (read more)
My name is Kathy M. I am a retired High School English teacher; I taught for over 20 years at Carencro High School, and I worked for 12 years as a state-level education administrator. I have five grown children and eleven grandchildren, so I know all kids are different--not better than others, just different! (read more)
...My name is Kenneth R., and I was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. I attended the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and I earned a bachelor's degree in Finance. I have been tutoring/teaching high school students at an alternative high school for the past 7 years and I love it! (read more)
...Translating information into your own words aids with mastery of the material. Additionally, note-taking provides a helpful study guide for upcoming exams.
3) Discipline: Academic success requires self-control, such as knowing when to turn the TV off and go study. It is often tempting to blame one's failures on lack of innate intelligence, rather than on a misguided work ethic. (read more)
...There is no greater feeling in the world than the feeling that comes from witnessing a child’s transformation from a struggling student to a confident successful student. I am in my fifth year of teaching elementary students. I began my teaching career at the same time that the common core standards were put into effect. (read more)