...Though it's a cliche, I really do make learning fun. Before entering the world of education, I worked in the film industry as a professional script reader, in high-tech as a sales writer, and in journalism at The Washington Post. I was awarded a full-tuition scholarship to The Catholic Universi... (read more)
...I began tutoring in the 9th grade, when I helped elementary schoolers prepare for the Math Olympiad and MATHCOUNTS competitions. While this continued through my high school career and college, I also began to tutor middle schoolers in subjects such as Algebra 1 and 2 as well as chemistry (person... (read more)
...I teach the students about consonant blends, digraphs, and dipthongs as a part of my program. As the student develops an understanding of letter sounds, decoding of words is added to the program. Real words as well as nonsense words are used. (read more)
...In terms of my teaching experience, I have described the highlights below. A. I was the Math Department Chair and Algebra I Instructor at UIC College Prep (Chicago, IL) for 4 years.
*During this time, our students earned the highest ACT Math Score for a non-selective charter school in the Chic... (read more)