...I use consistent strategies so that the task becomes less challenging for your child, while boosting their confidence and ease with the subject. I am a public school teacher who is elementary, reading specialist and ESO- certified. I know the curriculum and have experience with kids of all ages. (read more)
Originally I chose the health sciences as my career path. Anyways, five years ago I was happily accepted into a medical school, and spent three years studying to become a physician (currently on a temporary leave from school due to family issues).
I graduated with a cumulative A- in my science cou... (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)
...Remind the student where the information can be found.
4) Divide big assignments into smaller ones, and allow the child frequent breaks. Such strategies must be utilized to ensure that the student achieves success in learning. the ultimate goal is to teach the student self-control and to learn t... (read more)
ErinVocabulary! Did you know that from the age of three to the age of 16 that we humans learn(ed) nearly four new words a day? By the time we're in our 50s, that number slows to almost a halt. (read more)