I am what I like to call a "word person." I have always loved working with words--grammar, literature, vocabulary, even those pesky analogies! But more importantly for you, I also love to help others feel less intimidated and more confident when it comes to expressing themselves in essays, understanding literature, and preparing for standardized tests. I have a bachelor's degree in English. (read more)
...This approach allows her students to immediately see how important they are and learn them more deeply. She has a positive attitude and is very proactive, explaining not only the question but possible scenarios that may also help on future applications, tests, or exams. She is encouraging and k... (read more)
...Beyond college, I have been an active self-learner as well and have written reviews of Opera performances in New Orleans as well as tutored students in music history and writing about music at Tulane (usually, of course, for their long-put-off term papers).
I am familiar with all major periods... (read more)
...Contact me today to learn more about how I can help you or your child achieve your educational goals. My Educational background:
I received my Bachelor's degree in Economics from Williams College and my Master's degree in Literacy Education from the University of Southern Maine. I have over 15 ... (read more)
...Logic serves as the fundamental building block of all studies in academia, from philosophy, to math, science, even computer science all depends on what Aristotle would call a "New and Necessary" way of thinking. As a Mathematics Major one is very familiarized with logic in the following ways: Ma... (read more)