I have an undergraduate degree in Political Science-Public Service from University of California, Davis. As a student at UC Davis I completed an internship at the state capital with a member of the Assembly. Through that internship I learned about the legislative process from a practical perspective. This was a good complement to the class room instruction I received in my classes. I worked for several years in government after graduation.
I then returned to school and received a Master of Science in Public Administration from California State University Los Angeles. I earned academic honors for my graduate work.
I can assist students seeking tutoring in classes on government, political science, public administration, and writing papers.
I do not have a specific tutoring method because I think it is important to asses the student and determine what s/he needs to excel in the desired subject. The most difficult aspect of political science is writing coherent and well researched/documented papers. Apart from using proper grammar, using the appropriate citation method correctly is difficult because few schools offer classes on how to properly cite sources. This inadvertently leads to plagiarism. The other difficulty in writing good papers is knowing which sources to use.
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