...During my studies, I taught courses in general chemistry, inorganic, and organic chemistry. I have experience with many different teaching styles, and have worked with students that span the range from completely inexperienced to advanced level. I also have access to lesson materials and practice exam questions. (read more)
...I have been involved in phase 1 surveys and phase 3 field excavations. I spent several months following graduation as a field technician and professional archaeologist on a variety of field projects. I minored in criminal justice in my undergraduate career and received consistently high marks. (read more)
...That's when I decided to obtain my masters degree in nursing with a concentration in education. It gives me joy to see when those I teach "light bulb" comes on. I believe that my work experience, education, and teaching experience will be a great asset to your learning. (read more)
...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. But with consistent hard work, it is possible to master even the most difficult material. (read more)
...Fun fact: I was in Americorp while perusing my undergraduate degree. I tutored elementary students in math and reading, as well as volunteering at the local hospice. I have always enjoyed helped other people, no matter what the task may be. (read more)