I am an honorably discharged US Army veteran working on Business Admin. and Clinical Psychology, PhD's. The first year's work is already complete and tutoring is a means of self support as I pursue these terminal degrees.
My academic interest ranges from philosophy to psychology; from reading to writing; from grammar to vocabulary; and from spelling to comparative religion. Therefore, it is an understatement to say I love learning.
I am the author of two books on the subject of Metaphysics sold at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other bookstores. Therefore, results oriented skills are at the forefront of my abilities and I have used these skills to the benefit of my students while teaching special education as wells as a tutor.
It is a truism that special education teachers can teach any general education class, but no general education teacher is qualified to teach a special education class. The skill to analyze and diagnose student difficulties in reading, writing and/or processing information is at the core of what I, as a special education teacher am professionally trained to do. Consequently, I am qualified to teach any student that falls within the range and scope of my professional training.
Your child may need to improve his/her reading, math etc. and it is wise to hire a tutor that can meet your child on his/her skill level and then assist your child in developing the required skill set. In other words, regardless of the subject in which you are interested, hire a tutor that gets results. This is what I do and I can assist you or your child in achieving amazing results.
I have told you a bit about myself, not in self-aggrandizement, but to highlight my educational philosophy that what I have achieved is nothing compared to the achievement of my students.
At one time in my life, up until the fourth grade, I was a special education student myself. However in those days it wasn't called that. The teachers always wrote, "Room for improvement", whatever that meant. Join me!
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