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Dillard University (Biology)
The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) (Master's)
University of Phoenix (Master's)
I love teaching and believe being a teacher is my calling. I also love science, so becoming a science teacher was the natural choice for me after working over nine years in the research and forensic science industries. I have worked with students from age 6 months through 55+ years with great success. I currently work as a science instructor at Tri-State Institute.
I believe that all students can learn. The trick is to determine how they learn best and what makes learning fun for them. A good teacher has to find out what interests the student and apply those interests to the learning process. Students have to know what the reason is behind what they are learning in order to be interested.
Ensuring that a student feels understood and cared about is the first step to information retention. Then, the teacher, must make sure the student's learning style is covered. Each of my students will be assessed for their prevailing learning style. Then, I can cater the lessons to the student's preferences.
I look forward to meeting you and your child and working with you to complete the goals we will set for him or her! I love teaching and believe being a teacher is my calling. I also love science, so becoming a science teacher was the natural choice for me after working over nine years in the research and forensic science industries. I have worked with students from age 6 months through 55+ years with
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