Central Washington University (MEd)
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I am a recently retired secondary public school biology teacher with over 31 years of experience teaching all levels of biology. Most of my years were spent teaching honors biology, AP biology, and genetics. In addition, I have spent 11 years teaching life, earth, physical science, and health on the middle school level. I have also spent eights years teaching biology at Pikes Peak Community College and environmental science at the University of Phoenix.
I enjoy working with all levels of students. Typically I assess a students learning modality and design lesons which accomodate their learning style and skills. I am a very patient person, willing to remediate, and set reasonable expectations for students.
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I am a recently retired secondary public school biology teacher with over 31 years of experience teaching all levels of biology. Most of my years were spent teaching honors biology, AP biology, and genetics. In addition, I have spent 11 years teaching life, earth, physical science, and health on the middle school level. I have
Sharon H. has been a wonderful blessing for my 19-year old son who struggles with math. Sharon thoroughly researched if his difficulty was dyscalculia or just someone who needed to go back to the basics. We decided it's the basics. My son is "right brained," he's never had a keyboard lesson in his life yet can figure out a tune in all four parts in 15 minutes. That means he needs to learn "left brain" information in a different way and Sharon is helping me and him do that. She takes the time to properly prepare the lessons, assigns relevant homework, and expects her students to do their part too. I highly recommend her--top marks!
We really liked our first session with her. So compassionate! Looking forward to more sessions! She seems very knowledgeable and experienced and our daughter came away with a positive feeling about it.
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I am an experienced secondary science teacher with over 31 years of teaching on the middle, high, and college levels. Presently, I teach as an adjunct for the University of Phoenix.
I am a recently retired high and college level biology teacher with over 31 years of experience in the classroom. In the public schools, I taught all levels of middle school science and on the high school level, I taught, biology, honors biology, AP biology, and genetics / biotechnology. On the college level, I have experience teaching entry level sciences and 100 level biology courses. Additionally, I have worked with students who have learning challenges, such as dyslexia, autism, and dyscalculia.
I am an experienced biology teacher with 31 years in the classroom and a college level instructor. In addition to tutoring, I teach a 200 level environmental science course for the University of Phoenix.
I am a K-12 licensed science teacher with 31 years of classroom experience. Additionally, I worked for one year as an elementary science resource teacher in conjunction with a National Science Foundation Grant in the Pikes Peak Region.
I have taught genetics for over 20 years on the high school level and have taken graduate level courses in genetics to maintain my teaching license.
I have been a sewing for myself, my home, and family members for over 40 years.
I have a BS in biology and a MED in education. I feel I could adequately assist students in preparing for their TEAS. Additionally, I have taught college level biology courses designed to prepare students for entering nursing.