...I am Licensed in Virginia as a Special Education Teacher for K-12 students who suffer Learning Disabilities and Severe Emotional Disabilities. I have been teaching since 1999 in self-contained,
ED/LD facilities for Fairfax County Public Schools. I worked for 4 years at Herndon Center where I taught Pre-Algebra, U.S History, and Basic Skills. (read more)
...Incorporate games and many interactive strategies in daily teaching so your students never get bored.
5)Make the Lesson Relevant
Knowing what issues matter to the student guides the teacher in the preparation of the lesson. Many young people may perceive much of what they need to know as irrele... (read more)
...I also go over proper reading techniques, highlighting, reading comprehension and time management. I was a teacher for 5 years and have been a private tutor for 3 years. During my years of teaching and tutoring, I have had experience with children with ADD/ADHD. (read more)
...I coach basketball the same way. We break things down and practice them until they become automatic, then put it back together into a game plan. Learning can be fun if you can take it at your own speed and get comfortable with each step before you move on to something more complicated. (read more)
...Every student has different strengths and weaknesses and each must be taught as an individual. My experience in tutoring math, starting with my own three children, is extensive, so that I have always found a way to explain difficult concepts to help a student understand it. In high school math especially, too many students fall behind in skills that they need to build on. (read more)