Florida Memorial College (Psychology)
New Brunswick Theolo (Master's)
Cornerstone University (PhD)
I am an individual who enjoys motivating young people to succeed. Teaching in institutions of higher learning has allowed me to see the dire need to convey to students that they have the potential to learn a subject if they have the right attitude towards the subject. Often times, when a student is being challenged in a subject that is of non-interest to him or her one blocks out the ability to comprehend how to learn that material in order to pass the class or subject. Allow me to take the subject that you are struggling in and offer a way for you to comprehend the material in order to be successful in that class.
I have worked as a substitute teacher for the Duval county. I have taught social studies at an alternative school as well biblical studies for middle and high school students who attended private school. I have also worked on the college level teaching: Psychology, Sociology and a class called Learning Framework. My degrees include the following: BS in Psychology, MA in Theology, MDiv and PhD in Clinical Christian Counseling. I really believe that your attitude determines your altitude. This is a relevant quote even to academic courses. When one has a negative attitude towards a subject than ones comprehension and interest is lowered, therefore one does not engage in the assignment with the same energy or enthusiasm. However, that can change.
It is my desire to encourage and inspire students to be the best that he or she can be. Education is extremely important and lack of confidence in recalling the material given can be accomplish by being focus, having self- control and discipline. Making an A or B in a subject is great, however learning the principle behind the grade is even better. A child doing his or her best is the ultimate means of success and not just making a grade to get by. It is my goal to challenge the student to do his or her best; for when one does their very best, then one can face any academic challenges that may arise.
Dr. Macey M. I am an individual who enjoys motivating young people to succeed. Teaching in institutions of higher learning has allowed me to see the dire need to convey to students that they have the potential to learn a subject if they have the right attitude towards the subject. Often times, when a student is being challenged in a subject that is of
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