I combined eight subjects to complete a home-shopping website to post online. If you are a business, creative design, or writing student, you may wish to approach your professors to ask if they would give you credit for this website that you create by using
the skills you learn from me and utilizing the subjects above. You will be provided with a template that may take you independently too long a time to get ready for your class. Your lessons with me will enable you to focus while co-piloting until you are ready
to pilot the craft. I have already completed the entirety of steps (at least four lessons worth and maybe more) that it takes to get your novelties ideas open on the web. You can get ideas from your courses and incorporate them into the business at hand. Ask
about it. The price for these lessons are higher than my normal rate and is $50.00 an hour.
Are your children struggling in school? Do you wish your child to do better in school? Are there college students who need extra help? There are many reasons why a student is not at grade level or struggling to stay at grade level, and high school students
who graduate with limited English, Reading, and Writing abilities. Sometimes a child has a learning disability (ADHD, Autism, Asperger's) or limited English skills. A student's achievements and self-esteem are the most important things students can receive
if they are struggling or has limited English skills. So many students fall through the cracks at school, including my own son, because of several special needs. When we let our students fall through the cracks, the student(s) usually finds himself/herself
in trouble. With low self-esteem and believing they cannot do something will allow students to hang around with not so great students. As parents and adult students, we need to strive for the best that is within us all...
"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire." (William Butler Yeats)
I am new to WyzAnt.com. I am a recent Johnson State College graduate. I majored in Elementary Education with a concentration in math. I recently completed my second practicum at Georgia Elementary School with a classroom of 20 4th grade students. Before
that I completed my first practicum at Jericho Elementary School with a classroom of 13 2nd grade students. I currently substitute at the Georgia Elementary and Middle School, as well as, tutor three 4th grade students, two days per week, in math and occasionally
in other subjects. I thoroughly enjoy working with k-6 students, their curiosity and enthusiasm are amazing and exhilarating.
I welcome the chance to create a spark and light a fire of enjoyment and curiosity to your child's learning experience.
So, how am I different? One difference is my approach to tutoring. Every student receives the following:
1. ASSESSMENT. In depth assessment to determine previous background, and current knowledge, education, skills and abilities.
2. NEEDS ANALYSIS. Each student will have a needs analysis to determine your needs and expectations (not mine).
3. LEARNING STYLE. Lastly, I strive to teach based on each student's learning style. Are you a visual learner? Would you rather have more "hands on" training? Do you need to receive the instruction s-l-o-w-l-y? Would you rather learn in "your order" not
mine?" No problem.
These are just some of the methods that make my tutoring style different, a way to guarantee that you receive maximize benefit and value from your tutoring experience.