I have been employed in the oil and gas industry in Louisiana for the last three years. Before that, I spent twelve years doing field work for the USGS Texas Water Science Center in Austin. I am a licensed professional geoscientist both in Louisiana and Texas. (read more)
...I absolutely love my school and what we stand for. Smaller class sizes and a more personal relationship helping and assisting parents for the best possible education for their child. We are also a Bible based Christian school, and teach with A Beka and Bob Jones curriculum. (read more)
...I have a Ph.D in Conservation Genetics and two undergraduate degrees in Biology and Marine Science. I have taught for 6 years at the university level. My experience includes: tutoring students in field-based research projects (Intro to Marine Biology), teaching labs for Cell Biology and Genetics, lecturing in Genetics, and developing labs for conservation genetics topics. (read more)
...The following are general guidelines that I use and teach to my students. Regardless of the specific subject, a student can succeed in a course if they keep the following things in mind.
1) Consistency: Cramming is a bad way to approach the material. It is much more effective to spend 30 minutes every day studying algebra than to spend 5 hours once a week. (read more)