Foremost, I am an educator and a lifelong learner. I am a college professor and consider myself an educational technologist, who strongly believes that constant improvement drives my efforts in teaching and lesson planning.
Instructional time must allow for students to interact with their teacher and learning materials to develop a deeper understanding of the subject matter. I am convinced learning improves if students are able to transfer and apply new knowledge to projects and assignments flexible enough that students can mold them to fit their own contexts, interests, and learning styles. My face-to-face sessions are characterized by lively discussions and activities. I encourage students to figure out how to apply their new knowledge to real world circumstances.
Students seek respect, guidance, but most of all, service from their tutor. Given encouragement, structure, and fairness, students respond with admiration and appreciation of educators who personify lifelong learning, are current in a field of study, and possess the facility to disseminate knowledge. When students are empowered, not patronized, pressed, not demoralized, individualized, not disregarded, they will fulfill their educational goals.
I provide quality, comprehensive education to ensure the success of my students who come from our diverse community.
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