Greetings A-Student! My Name is Barbara, and I have been a student and educator in anatomy for thirteen years both to clients, colleagues, and students. I have several certificates in cadaver lab work, biomechanics, and fitness. I am the go-to person doctors, nurses, teachers, and clients refer their patients and friends to because of my command of A&P. As a graduate of Ramapo College in 2003, I earned my degree is psychology with a concentration in neuroanatomy and gained the Lee Sennish Award for Outstanding Achievement. I was also a member of the National Honor Society in Psychology (PSI CHI). As a physical therapy major at Long Island University, (Brooklyn Campus, 1999-2001) I took course in Anatomy & Physiology I&II, cadaver lab (full, intact cadaver), Kinesiology I&II, Neuroscience I&II with labs, Modalities, Cardio/pulmonary I&II, Orthotics & Prosthetics, Pharmacology, Research Methods, Test & Measures, Foundations of Therapeutic Exercise, Musculoskeletal Pathology and psychological Issues. Later, while studying biomechanics I completed a cadaver lab (based on the human design of fascia) and biomechanics lecture at the University of Connecticut, 2009
My Tutoring Methods:
Organization is the key to success in life; hence, I assist each student in creating out-lines and specially designed flash cards (the students create) specifically to the subject. Learning is best utilized when we see, hear, and write our subjects, on that account, I use the internet, illustrations, models, and encourage auditory repetition.
Quizzes and Q&A time prepares the student for exams, oral presentations during lecture and conversations with medical professionals in the field.
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