...The key is that these activities must be meaningful.
2)Be a Good Role Model of Learning
Students watch those who teach them. if you do not find excitement and joy in the learning process, your students will sense this and close down to you instruction. You must frequently share with students ho... (read more)
...I hold my master's degree in Deaf Education from Gallaudet University (1995). I am an ASL and PSE interpreter. I have worked with deaf and hearing impaired individuals of all ages since 1990. I received my masters degree from Gallaudet University in Deaf Education, qualified to teach English, Reading, and Writing to hard-of-hearing, deaf, and special needs students K-12. (read more)
I have a BFA in art history and curatorial studies, and the first part of a masters of art in teaching completed. I have spent the last four years tutoring my peers, especially those with English as a second language, to help them improve their writing and speaking skills. Each of my sessions is personalized for your area of interest, as well as for your area of need. (read more)
...I've worked with middle school and high school students for a while, in Baltimore and in Western Maryland where I live. I'm hoping to be able to help out anyone who needs extra support understanding math concepts, using my own experiences and the benefit of being able to apply math hands-on in t... (read more)
...During that time, I often assisted students with the mechanics of essays and research papers, including grammar. I taught grammar lessons to classes of up to 20 students and organized peer editing sessions which concentrated on a variety of topics including grammar and proofreading. I am also a... (read more)