...Dept. of Insurance, where I have employed there for 16 years. I was instrumental in organizing the Leap Partnership, which is coalition of educators, parents, and concerned citizens, whose sole purpose is to prepare 4th and 8th graders for the Leap Test. This organization was founded in Lafayette, La. in 2004, and there has been over 150 students who have participated in the program. (read more)
...I have worked for the University of Louisiana and also for the South Louisiana Community College as a math and science tutor. My work experience as a tutor for The South Louisiana Community College, and as a former Academic Coach for athletes at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, has also... (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)
...Without the ability to compute effectively, the students’ ability to solve complex and interesting problems is limited. The learner should be comfortable with mathematics and take risks without experiencing failure, is of paramount importance. Hopefully, they will become active and independent learners, who view learning as a lifelong process and develop a love for learning. (read more)
...It also covers the most important practice of how to set up a backup of your computer system and data. I am Louisiana certified Math teacher for grades k-12. I have an endorsement for Middle School Math which includes prealgebra. (read more)