Through my years of experience I have learned that proper teaching requires a firm but patient approach. For many students the secret to success is installing a feeling of confidence and I feel that this is where my strengths lie. I have, over the years, demonstrated an ability to instill confidence in my students to the point that they have been able to convert this confidence into success in the classroom. As part of my law practice I represented hundreds of individuals in various levels of the criminal justice system. In my 22 years of practicing law I participated in well over 100 jury trials.
In the process of raising four highly successful children and my experience in teaching, I have been fortunate to recognize that learning is a life-long process that requires patience and understanding. Too often, students are labeled early in their educational career and struggle from that point forward to escape such labeling. Through proper tutoring, this escape process can be expedited and the student can be freed to reach the full limit of his or her abilities. All students are capable of learning. They just need the proper balance of proper instruction and encouragement. As I have indicated, this is where my true strength lies: Instilling my students with confidence.
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