Tutoring in the areas of physical education require availability of appropriate venues for the sport. We will need an available court for either sport (tennis, basketball, etc), or area to practice basic throwing, blocking, or other skills for self-defense, field sports, etc. Please have 1-2 adequate locations in mind before contacting me, as I may not know all viable locations in your travel radius. I am able to transport you if needed via parental permission if your under 18. (Specifics) Archery: Training in this art will require an adequate safety zone area. Martial Arts: This specific tutoring will not contain object damaging/breaking. Only rudimentary tutoring in lower belt training. Please note the style in practice as there are many styles from various cultures of Asia and Africa you may be asking for assistance with.
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I was working with a physics student the other day and came across a football trajectory problem which was very timely because Superbowl Sunday fast approaching and the Pittsburgh Steelers are still in the mix. Yeah! Most trajectory problems in physics problems meant to be worked “by hand” have to make some assumptions so that the equations can be solved without using a computer. The biggest and most common assumption is that the effect of the air resistance on the object is negligible. “Negligible” means that we consider (or at least are willing to temporarily pretend) that the effect is small enough that if we neglect accounting for it in our calculations our answer could still be useful in some way. For example, if: a) we know our kicker can usually kick with an certain initial speed v, and if b) we know how to use basic trajectory physics calculations to tell us the maximum possible range R for a kick at a given angle from the horizontal (let’s call it theta),... read more
The inquiries are coming in! Keep 'em coming! I'll make time for all of you, haha! In more important news than academics- the CLEVELAND BROWNS! For all who don't know, I am an avid Browns fan. Now, don't go calling me a bandwagoner. It takes more than two huge, consecutive upsets to make a Browns fan. No, I've been a fan since Braylon Edwards, surely to be our Archnemesis this Sunday, was a Brown. Oh, I actually remember Bernie Kosar, Vinnie Testaverde and Belichick and the end of the Old Browns. I remember reviling the move to Baltimore and sulking for years and giving up hope on the Browns returning. Then I watched a good deal of the bad games and became used to seeing a new QB every few games...seeing fumbles, muffs, penalties and miscues galore. I'm happy with what I see now. I want Mangini to commit to building McCoy into the QB of the future. I love Delhomme's role as a mentor - he's awesome for doing that. And Peyton Hillis...I want to be him. Scott... read more
I come from a long family line of educators, teachers, school principals, school superintendents. Teaching, coaching, learning, and improving are my passion and family value. I have a strong passion and desire to help students learn, solve problems and achieve success in their education and in their life goals. I thoroughly enjoy helping my students learn their material, solve problems, and improve their knowledge and skills. I also help my students improve their study skills, problem solving skills, and test taking skills. On a professional basis, I constantly assess systems for training effectiveness. I help students recognize, analyze, and solve any barriers to learning or academic success. My goal is to help my students achieve success, confidence, and satisfaction, and to apply this success to achieve any goal in school or life. Finally, I also help my students set and achieve SMART Goals: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Time-Based. Adopt a passion... read more
Football is a tough sport and you must work hard to become a top athlete. Their are 11 positions on one side of the ball. You must work as a team to defeat your opponent with the other ten players on your team. The ultimate goal is to score more points than your opponent but to consistently do this is to have a strong bond between the other ten guys on your team. Some people allow their toughness or scoring ability to speak for their winning records but unity is the main reason. For example on my school team I questioned everyone's ability because we were average but when I played for the all star game we had the very best so I never had to question their ability. In practice your team displays their ability before a game and that is where you win games on the practice field because you play against your own club and grow with confidence and unity.