Bethune-Cookman University (SpeechandDramaandEng)
Cambridge College (MEd)
I am a retired certified teacher. I have a master's degree in English and Drama. While in school, I was on the dean's list, and graduated with honors from both schools that I attended. I was nominated, and appeared in the book, " Who's Who Among America's Teachers, " plus I have received numerous certificates, and trophies for outstanding teaching. I have been on the committee to nominate students for Governor's Honors, and was appointed to be a part of a Humanities Magnet program that used Socratic dialogue, which was developed by Mortimer Adler. This program consisted of teaching critical thinking skills to students.
Since retiring, my love for teaching has continued. I enjoy seeing students succeed in the skills that I am teaching. My goal is to give students the opportunity to receive better grades in school, become more confident about asking questions in class, and improve their writing skills. I want to teach the fundamentals of speaking, and improve presentations.
I have taught essay writing, and grammar to 11th graders who needed to pass certain tests. Also I helped students who were applying for scholarships, and also some who needed help passing college entrance exams. I have taught public speaking, logic and debate, critical thinking skills, and acting.
I am very excited about teaching on a individual basis, which is what tutoring does. I am available Mondays through Fridays from 5:00pm until 9:00 pm, and on some Saturdays all day. I welcome students on all grade levels, and some adults. I am looking forward to hearing from you.
I am a retired certified teacher. I have a master's degree in English and Drama. While in school, I was on the dean's list, and graduated with honors from both schools that I attended. I was nominated, and appeared in the book, " Who's Who Among America's Teachers, " plus I have received
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