...I studied Spanish in both high school and college, and excelled in the coursework. In high school, I was in enriched classes, and watched movies, wrote reports, and did presentations completely in Spanish. In college, I studied the language as well as literature and excelled due to the strong foundation my four years in high school have provided me. (read more)
After teaching Latin and English (and occasionally German) at the same high school for 30 years, I have recently retired and now teach study skills and SAT prep classes at the local community college. I was dual certified by the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards, something that less... (read more)
...Some of these strategies are:
1) Seat the student facing me to minimize distractions.
2) Provide many activities that are kinsthetic in nature which allow the student to be actively involved in the instructional process. (e.g. Having the student skip while spelling words.)
3) Write important in... (read more)
...I believe thoughts should to be expressed clearly and concisely. Why detract from an otherwise great piece of writing with a grammar mistake? Correct grammar shows not only mental aptitude, but pride in what you've written. (read more)
...The combination of both those experiences provided me with extensive knowledge in the field of business. During my math teaching certification process I took a linear algebra class. I got an A in the class. (read more)