Goal: Boosting achievement, also enhanced by implementing optimum 21st Century nutrition, of HS Chemistry/Math and College-Level Health and Medically-Oriented General/Organic/Biochemistry students.
Offer: First session gratis copy of "The Maximum Mental Health Diet".
Down-to-earth, multi-talented and results-driven, I begin sessions considering both the student's subject knowledge base and special learning requirements. Therefore, the student sets the pace of instruction. My tactics then involve patience in consistently assembling accurate and correctly-ordered Chemical and Mathematical (ALGEBRA, GEOMETRY, TRIGONOMETRY, and PRECALCULUS) information. Each step is then thoroughly explained, while allowing for feedback, in multiple, easy-to-understand ways before proceeding with either the student's resources or mine. NUMEROUS EXAMPLES OF CHEMISTRY AND MATH CONCEPTS ARE, NATURALLY, PROVIDED. As a result, what is repeatedly heard from both my auditory and visual learners is "THAT MAKES SENSE" because now they see how all important concepts are linked together. Overall, positive impacts are made that affect critical-thinking and other skills both immediately and over the long-term, especially for STEM and health/medically-directed individuals. IN A NUTSHELL, THEN, TO DERIVE THE MAXIMUM BENEFIT FROM WORKING WITH ME, START A LONG-TERM PARTNERSHIP EARLY BY BEGINNING IN HIGH SCHOOL WITH THE MATHS AND PRE-AP/AP CHEMISTRY AND CONTINUING THROUGH GENERAL CHEMISTRY AND, OPTIONALLY, ORGANIC CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY AT THE COLLEGE LEVEL.
Academic experience has included both General and Organic Chemistry instruction at Florida A and M University, as well as service as a DCCCD Chemistry Professor in Allied Health Sciences-Nursing (Chemistry 1405 and 1406, which have a General/Organic/Biochemistry emphasis) and General Chemistry 1 and 2 (1411 and 1412, respectively). Additional educational activities have continued to involve many Geometry, Algebra 1 and 2, Precalculus and Chemistry classrooms within the Richardson and Garland Independent School Districts.
In summary, students from the many public and private secondary schools and also the community colleges and universities within or outside of the Dallas Metro Area will benefit academically, become more effective immediate and long-term critical thinkers, experience improved brain performance by implementing 21st century optimum nutritional principles, and realize their professional goals through their association with me.
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