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University of Maryland, Eastern Shore (Exercise Science)
My name is Danielle. I attended college for Exercise Science. I love helping people in need anyway that I can. I am a General Manager at Jamba Juice, but I still have time to help with school in my spare time.
I believe the more you see and write things over it becomes easier to remember. My teaching style is to have students write their work/notes over again to make it neat and legible and add more detail if need be. Once they've written them over, I take a blank sheet of paper and have them write the notes again in order to see how much information they have retained and remembered without looking at their notes. I also like to show them exactly what I am doing by using visual aids if available because i know some students need to be able to see what is being explained to them in order for them to understand. My name is Danielle. I attended college for Exercise Science. I love helping people in need anyway that I can. I am a General Manager at Jamba Juice, but I still have time to help with school in my spare time.
I believe the more you see and write things over it becomes easier to
Danielle was accessible through email, text, and phone whenever I needed to reach her with questions. She and I developed a regular schedule to meet and when it needed to be changed Danielle was very accommodating. Danielle always arrived 10-15 minutes early for our appointments. I really respect this work ethic.
Danielle would review the work that I had done and assist me when incorrect with the appropriate formulas for that STATS problem. She is well versed in all aspects & levels of mathematics/STATS. She diligently assisted me with my homework, quizzes, and exams. I was never late meeting a deadline to turn them in for grading.
Danielle is a perfectionist and took time to write down formulas (in a note pad) for me as references in one place. As a tool to not have to look back and forth through the chapters of the STATS book as I worked.
I received an A in my STATS course thanks to Danielle's tutoring.
I had Danielle as my College Math tutor in the Spring (half way through the course – I wish I had her in the beginning) and was pleased with her work ethics, pleasant personality, competence, and willingness to help me do well in this course. Because of this I contacted her a month before my STATS class began to see if she was available. Danielle said yes and we meet and discussed a strategy to efficiently and effectively achieve strong results in my STATS course.
An A is the result along with the knowledge I will retain and use in my profession & daily life! I highly recommend Danielle for she enjoys tutoring and is a numbers person!
Danielle has been nothing but phenomenal. I haven't had to utilize her in awhile. But when I did, my daughter had an "F" and within less than a month, her grades increased, receiving nothing lower than an A or B or her assignments and tests.
She is patient, able to relate to the children, respectful, punctual, and friendly. I would recommend her to anyone. As a matter of fact, I am requesting her again.
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I have played basketball all throughout my years in elementary school and high school. I played the position of a point guard or shooting guard. In elementary school, I also played for my local rec. center. During my years of college, I did not play on the team but I did play recreational. To this day, when i find time and the weather permits I still go out and play or shoot around with friends.
I was a volunteer coach for a school summer league team. During practice I would play in scrimmage games and participate throughout the entire practice with warm ups and so forth. Those members who played the same position as me, would work on their ball handling and shooting skills.
I have helped both teachers and students in grades K-6th. I have helped the teachers grade papers and I have helped the students with their homework and studying for tests. I have helped them in many subjects such as math, science, social studies, reading, and religion. With the students I make sure that they understand what they are reading and understand what the question is asking them. They write their answers on a separate sheet of paper before writing on the assignment. We go over the reading assignment and they write any definitions of important facts; that helps them remember what they read and can answer the questions without having to re-read the assignment. When grading the papers, they saw an improvement in the students scores.
I have helped prepare one for the Praxis before. With my help they were able to retain information that they once knew. From the first time they took it to the time that we had together, his test scores improved dramatically. We studied every weekend for about 2-3 hours going over the math section the most. I would give him homework, have him do all math practice tests in the book(s) he had, and printed out extra worksheets in areas he was still having trouble in.
In college I took a course in public speaking, which i passed with an A. In high school I would participate in the reading given during assemblies and masses. At church, in youth group I always be a reader when we would put on different performances.
I am an outspoken person. I know when to speak respectively with adults present instead of speaking in the tone that I would with just my friends.
I took a speech course in college. I received an A. In class, we had to prepare speeches on various topics and perform in front of the class. Everyone would receive a critique from both students and teachers. In the beginning, it can be a nerve racking experience but with time it becomes easier. With the critiques, I was able to master and feel comfortable speaking in front of people. The more you rehearse the better off you will be!!