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Madisonville community College (BioMed Technology)
Hello. My name is Brian. I am a non-traditional student at Madisonville Community College in Madisonville, Ky. I just returned to college last year and I made the Dean's list my first year back. I am a Biomedical Technology Student and I hold a 3.4 overall G.P.A. and this last semester I had a 3.6 G.P.A. with a very large school load, so I was really happy with that.
I have an extensive history of teaching children and adults in swimming and water safety and that love of teaching others has always stayed with me. I have a very strong background in Mathematics, English Literature, and Governmental Studies and can apply the knowledge I have gained from my studies Madisonville Community College and Murray State University to the same communication principal I used to instruct others. I do think communication is key and I am a very big advocate of open communication. I am also a very big advocate of the Singapore System in Math and would employ those methods in any sort of math tutoring that I would do.
I have shown a strong grasp of mathematics up to the college pre-calculus level with my grades. I have had straight A's recorded for all of my math courses. My ability to communicate information to others in a way that they can understand it has always been one of my strongest assets.
I have shown a strong grasp of English grammar, writing, vocabulary, and literature in my academic accomplishments all throughout my college career and I feel I have the ability to relate that in a way in which most people can understand.
I really do believe communication is they key to teaching. Just knowing the subject matter does not always make someone a good teacher. I have had professors that were brilliant and knew a subject inside and out, but they lacked the ability to really communicate their knowledge in a manner in which most people could understand it. I feel that everyone is different and you have to teach differently to different people. Hello. My name is Brian. I am a non-traditional student at Madisonville Community College in Madisonville, Ky. I just returned to college last year and I made the Dean's list my first year back. I am a Biomedical Technology Student and I hold a 3.4 overall G.P.A. and this last semester I had a 3.6 G.P.A. with a very large school load, so I was
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