Brown University (U.S. History)
Rhode Island College (Master's)
To the Prospective Student:
I am a 35 year old teacher and football coach at Winchester High School. I earned a Bachelor’s Degree in U.S. History from Brown University in 2004 and a Master’s in Teaching from Rhode Island College in 2006. I have much experience working with and relating to students of all ages. I am adept at facilitating learning in an easy yet engaging way. I will help you build and master mental structures grounded in simple concepts with complex yet sensible and logical systems knowledge. I am patient, perceptive and driven to help you achieve your academic goals to the fullest in a relaxing and uplifting manner.
Andrew To the Prospective Student:
I am a 35 year old teacher and football coach at Winchester High School. I earned a Bachelor’s Degree in U.S. History from Brown University in 2004 and a Master’s in Teaching from Rhode Island College in 2006. I have much experience working with and relating to students of all ages. I am adept at facilitating
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I took several economics courses as an undergraduate which included micro and macroeconomics. I have since taught the same classes at the high school honors level for 9 years, and have taught AP economics for 4 years. I have become well versed in the main principles and concepts of basic economics and have read "Principles of Economics" by Gregory Mankiw several times. In addition to owning the text book, I have a supplemental CD and workbooks, as well as several other college texts and materials. Regarding AP, I have access to Krugman's "Economics for AP" in addition to all corresponding workbooks, CDs, powerpoints, videos and other materials.
1) I took a graduate level course in constitutional law while pursuing my master's degree.
2) I taught 2 semesters of intro to law at the high school level and have copies of the "Street Law" textbook.
3) My father is a retired police officer with whom I have had and will continue to have many discussions about law. In addition, my best friend and roommate is in his final year of law school.
4) I understand the principles and processes of common law practice and constitutionalism.