Search 75,763 tutors
Newest Most Active

Consuela Thea Has A Middlendorf Range

Hello,      If you know that the middle number of a range of numbers that are consecutive is always the average, then you won't need this mnemonic boost. But if you have a gross of  problems and an exam, you will want to have several English phrases to help you find needed steps for applications.       This morning in a lesson, I put together "Consuela" so you recall Consecutive; "Thea" for the average; "Range" for range; and "Middlendorf" for middle.  These words make a good chant. Once you memorize the phrase and connect it to create a range of consecutive numbers (the example in this blog has odd numbers) and the average every time is the middle number, you have something concrete to "grip".  Chant "Consuela Thea Has A Middlendorf Range" and put instantly as the average of {3, 5, 7, 9, and 11} what? Maybe you will connect your chant at the time you are presented... read more

In My Spare Time I Write. Do You?

                                                   We Have Recognized Our Salvation                                              By Carol E. December 31, 2013 Doctor, I got a miracle from you but I knew that it is Jesus, He is close to you. There is healing that the Lord does and when you learn to heal the Lord is there     with you and me too I thank you for calling the Lord to you, asking our Lord to favor me, as I need     healing I thank the Lord for... read more

How Much Communicating

     I keep my communication outside of in-person lessons directed toward the benefit of the student/parent. When I respond to an inquiry for tutoring, I normally mention that I will give a 15% discount at the start of the 25th hour in addition to the 15% discount Wyzant offers for buyers who purchase hours by the bulk. I communicate to students/parents when holiday times come that they may have an extra small discount to buy themselves a turkey. I offer them a small discount during Mardi Gras since parades traffic and unusual environmental activity makes travel less convenient. And somewhere in the timeframe of our lessons, I send an email to offer to augment in-person lessons with students who purchase just a few lessons with some pointers in any part of their topic they need. Each of these announcements receive a written message. I use the phone only by request and usually we coordinate our plans via emails. For accounting... read more

Tools Good For Many Trades

As a tutor, I enjoy the use of coloring pencils because they effectively help students to find their way through steps I give them in their lessons. I also like them because they help me with my hobby of drawing. I just posted in my photos section a part of a picture I just finished. For I used ceramic candleholders, a blue bird and a yellow bird, to draw the birds and then used my sky blue, yellow green, light brown and brown plus gray to give them a natural habitat. In addition to the drawing I posted a poster inviting you to get together with me to make posters. The process is interesting!

I Went to More Than School

QUESTION: "How should students prepare to go back to school if they only have a few minutes to spare each day? Say goodbye daily to your former dolors, compunction and indolence so that your aura reveals that you put your best self forward while outside of your home and in organizations. You will more likely meet your goals and survive any situations that aren't win-win. Join an organization other than just school to be safe, interesting, and less impressionable. 

Figuring Percentages Abstractly and Methodically Too

The word problem I liked from either one of my trusty text books or a website and that I bring each time to lessons describes a $400.00 flute in a music store that has a 10% discount on it. Then there is a back-to-school sale at which time 15% is taken off of the discounted price of the flute. The girl buys the flute and for which price? A. 270.00 B. 300.00 C. 306.00 D. 375.00 E. 389.00 An algebraic equation can be used to solve this problem and so can an abstract almost mental method. Let's start with the latter, the abstract way. 10% of 400.00 is 40.00. Novices might say that deducting another 10% (40.00 dollars more) plus 5% (20.00) would mean that the 400.00 flute cost the buyer 300.00. This would make B the choice of the novice. Yet! What the novice will have missed is that the 10% and 5% (15%) is calculated from $400.00 minus the initial $40.00 making $360.00 the price of the flute at the time of the back-to-school sale. 10% of $360... read more

Let's Talk About Substitutions For Standard Approaches

It was quite easy to deduce. Dressing foods daily with butter will send a body's cholesterol out of safe bounds. A simple sweet potato without any cholesterol should be kept pleasurable to the mind with an accompaniment of something other than butter. You saw my Elf's Shoe. If you will consider my original offering of refried beans (zero cholesterol) and a packet of Stevia mixed with mashed sweet potato, you might like it enough to substitute formerly unearthed substitutes for LDL products. Bon apetit from New Orleans. It is filled with residents who know what elevated cholesterol levels plus vitamin deficiencies can do in subtropical climates. It is a city with endless temptations in culinary circles. Knowing how to be in those circles quite uninhibitedly means keeping your mind open to formerly unheard of combinations.

New Orleans An Affluent Hub

Once again in 2013 I'm seeking long term projects, annual pleasurable events, and investment payoffs in New Orleans. This city is a hub of business, worldly architecture, and education. When I acknowledge that I'm not affluent enough to take faraway trips, I have only to alight from the magical trolleys to traipse through the neighborhoods steeped in worldly roots to experience euphoria much the same way world travelers report it is. Since schools teach me geography, architecture, botany, etc., and indirectly how to survive amidst the social reports of places that I might not have the ability to accomplish travel to, I have loads of respect for educators and administrators. I just moved from Waveland, MS (a temporary town to all of us since hurricanes inevitably obliterate it) after 2.5 years. I had lived here in another period of time and space. I was the daughter of camp administrators, and for ten summers while a camper in a series of cabins in the woods on the road built... read more


Students can benefit by realizing that when they are typing in Word if they press on the right mouse button, a shortcut menu drops down inside of the document. It is serving as a food server might and is there to ask you, "What do you need?". You can look at the short cut menu and ask it to paste, cut, copy, number, etc. for you. Select with your left mouse button what it is you wish to order. Now the left side is acting as a customer would. You can find your way by remembering that you raise your right hand in class when you want to get something.

Interns, Educators, and the Aspiring

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.

I'll Never Forget Dinners You Prepare

Hi, you have undoubtedly heard of Shepherd's Pie. But perhaps you have yet to create original concoctions and make names that are a household name. Maybe there is just the contest prize to look forward to winning unless you market your ideas. For example, I recently contacted a restauranteur/business man to inquire if he could agree with my idea of The Elves Shoes as the name of a roadside diner, interstate mobile unit, or cafe. Solely served would be sweet potatoes with one end that curls upwards. Cooks would bake them, scoop the potatoes carefully so that the shells would stay in one piece, then mash their potatoes, restuff the shells, and melt marshmallows, butter, and sugar on top. Can you see telling your family that you are leaving to get some Elves Shoes? It could be the competitor of roadside vendors who sell merely boiled, salted peanuts. You may incidentally want some of those weekly, but it would seem that their vendors could go further if they marketed them as... read more

On Your Own Terms

Hi, yesterday my General Computer student remarked that my chosen, original term for the two curled blue forward-back arrows on the top of the screen, our Positional Directional Manipulation Arrows sounded so informative that it could be published in a book. We chuckled, and I explained our WyzAnt blog was available for the term to be placed and maybe some company would use it. The big terms can be reduced to little ones and little ones into big. We work to expand our minds. We use small terms when working at a brisk pace and hope to have heard larger ones at any time. Keep the origin of technical ones so that you can inquire about them while concentrating on the many, many new ideas that make your mind active.

Louisiana Department of Education

You know if you have been following my blog that I took one Praxis exam while living in Waveland, MS. It's May 2013 and about eight months ago I began commuting to New Orleans weekly to participate in a vocal and bells choir. I started my trousseau in Waveland during the last four months of that time period. Last weekend I was given passing results on the Praxis 2 exam. Thanks to Kelly Educational Staffing's considerate ways, I learned plenty of facts I recalled for the exam while in the exam lab and need for tutoring sessions. and I packed all of my things that are in MS. and am moving back to N.O. just as soon as I get told that the work at the address I'm going to is done.

Redoing what a manufacturer has done

Have you planned something to do this summer that will last beyond the summer? What about getting some friends together and getting together with me for lessons in hand-stitching? You can use the skills and ideas I give you to improve your wardrobe, save money, attract friends that have lucrative habits, and enjoy what you are doing for a lifetime. Yes sewing may or may not earn money for you, but it will save you money. Take a look at the wedding dress I recently finished over the course of ten weeks (2013). Granted, I worked on it for forty hours a week for six of those weeks. I could sell the dress for $$$$ but will keep it in my trousseau. What about you? If you don't want to prepare your trousseau, perhaps you want to embellish on plain jackets, hem trousers, or create button art. I will show you a variety of techniques to help you on long holiday breaks. When all of your family, schoolmates, friends, and neighbors seem to have depleted their energy and don't want to... read more

The GMAT If You Want To Be A Manager

Hello, Did it ever occur to you that you might like to have a position that requires multitasking and supervision? In the job market, you will find that you often rely on skills you learned long ago in addition to ones you have recently acquired. You are combining wisdom and perseverance. By staying abreast of cutting-edge technology and career decisions in the stories of others, you can give witty anecdotes as a group presenter. You get liked then. When you pursue management, you are making it clear that you are willing to earn higher wages, assist others to specialize, and delegate responsibility. As a manager, your subordinates and customers will see you as a pundit with answers to their problems. Hopefully, you will be resourceful when and if the time comes to manage a place. The GMAT enhances the management curriculum of universities; it is handy as a resource with examples in reading, writing, analyses, math, critical reasoning, and problem solving. Perhaps... read more

Making Exciting Collages

COLLAGES! Today in this county our most marvelous friends to dogs, the Sea Coast Echo, Hancock Animal Shelter, Red Cross, and some more sponsors hosted the annual Barktoberfest at the Depot to benefit the Hancock Animal Shelter. I had just bought a cellular phone accessory for my cell camera last night and was extremely fortunate to have done so. This morning when the blustery weather influenced me to eagerly proceed to the show with my camera, what I found was a crowd of costumed dogs lovingly poking their noses into as much as they could. Often it was the hands of the people. Little milk bones were apparent in abundance while the guests were reassured that there were available hot dogs for the post-parade hour. How sweet of them! Music started just before the slow-moving procession. The azure sky will just be unforgettable for Barktoberfest 2011; the cold front that approached yesterday afternoon raised the soles of each participant but not the color of our noses. When... read more


A student and I recently reviewed some poetry intended for 6th graders. To analyze Robert Frost's Stopping by the Woods and Woman Work by Maya Angelou, I introduced some techniques to her. We studied standard techniques used by poets and then I had her locate them in the poems. We started with the quatrain, and she found those easily. Next, she saw the need for and perfection of the couplet. We stopped by a search engine to look at couplets and authors that use them. We learned that 17th and 18th century writer's literature use couplets abundantly. It was necessary for her to find and create her personal rhythms and intonation needed for her interpretation. She had recited the story aloud and listened to me read it and then triumphed by reading it with emotion. Next we proceeded to analyze Sympathy by Paul Laurence Dunbar. His three stanzas are comprised of quintains. While reading about the bird in captivity, Mr. Dunbar's subject in the poem, I asked her to give me some... read more

Original Creative Passages and Quotes

During my days at USM, I inspiredly wrote the following passage in the tranquility of my apartment. It took me only 10 minutes. The quick decision to write something was implemented within just a few minutes. First, I wrote "of consequence, erode the rationale" and then moved onto "consequential dearth". After that, I put together a few more one-to-three word key phrases before connecting them with words that were to serve as bridges. The group commitment remains distributed somewhere beyond any long bridge with whitecaps underneath that distract everyone, and of consequence, erode the foundation of rationale. Efforts to inspire, to change, and to be supportive stagnate, and the consequential dearth is capable of causing burden like the surface of water with a non-existent undertow or no pump. March 8, 2001, USM, Carol Evans, Engineering Technology Department Because stagnation is a subject that might cause one to wrinkle his nose, my attempt in... read more

How Does Play Money Cost So Little?

Hello all, If you were ever forced to make play money coins at home with sheer ingenuity but while muttering under your breath for choosing to do it, you will understand that each denomination costs $4.50 for a bag of 100 if you purchase it online. Today I had a 1p.m. appointment with a 6th grader that was expecting to count money during her lesson. It was my second lesson for her, and I determined that I would provide play money by cutting paper coins and cutting cardboard circles to match the coins and staple them together. I tore the front cover off of a notebook to have cardboard. It was stifling hot. I sat underneath my open window with the ceiling fan blowing on me. Unbleached cotton the color of wedding cake syrup for snow balls covers my windows and for awhile, it was pleasant in the room. But as lunchtime and the appointment hour approached, I began to consider how much time I was spending cutting and stapling materials. I decided at 11:00 that I would go to the... read more

Modeling Outside and Inside

Hi there, I love to hear caring parents ask questions to their children about their public lives. I feel tender when the consideration of a child's needs are taken into account aloud and specifically expressed before me. I think of the gratitude that is due to parents when students can't do for themselves and receive beneficial assistance. It is particularly gracious of parents who follow the advice that they can call wise advice to do it without procrastinating. Students may benefit from hearing their loving parent(s) mention to a professional anything from what the student needs to do or has done to what success is theirs. Encouragement moves struggling kids because it reduces the fear of many unknown factors. Agoraphobia, lacking prioritization skills, academical barriers, speed and agility concerns are built-in deterrents. By talking confidence into their kids, parents can build and meet the expectations of them. It is patience, flexibility, and listening when... read more

1 2

RSS Carol's Blog RSS feed