Nichols College (Personnel Management)
As a perpetual student myself, I love to share everything I've learned in life, and in the classroom, with students who have a hunger for knowledge. My teaching/tutoring experience includes 15+ years in the Bucks County, Pa. Public School System, as well as various alternative schools in the greater Philadelphia region. The majority of this time was spent in very small classroom settings and/or one-on-one with students who had learning disabilities or behavioral issues. I found over the years that so much more can get accomplished with students when you are focused on them and vice versa.
Because I've taught in various schools and settings, I've also taught a wide variety of subjects. My certifications are in Business, Soc. Studies, and English. However, the list of subjects I have experience teaching in are Economics, Life-Skills Math, Zoology, Career Development, English, and ESL, among others.
I would be very happy to discuss your needs and wants as a prospective client/student and look forward to helping you achieve all of your scholastic and academic goals.
As a perpetual student myself, I love to share everything I've learned in life, and in the classroom, with students who have a hunger for knowledge. My teaching/tutoring experience includes 15+ years in the Bucks County, Pa. Public School System, as well as various alternative schools in the greater Philadelphia region. The majority of this time
Charlene was patient and my 13 year old daughter enjoyed working with her. This is from a child who has learned to dread math over the years.
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I taught two courses at an alternative vocational school, just outside of Philadelphia, Pa. that could come under the "Career Development" heading. One was called "Life Skills" and the other was "Learn to Earn." These courses introduced students to such things as: resume writing, practicing for a job interview, how to find available jobs on the internet, and applying for a job.
I taught this subject for four years at an alternative vocational school just outside of Philadelphia, PA. My love of all animals was apparent to my students, as I tried to pass along a respect for every creature that lives with us on this planet. During one summer, I traveled to Kenya, Africa, on safari, to bring back pictures and stories that would interest my students on a more personal level.