Appalachain State University (Education)
Pfeiffer (College) University (Other)
Grand Canyon University (Master's)
My name is Mark B. and I am dedicated to helping you become successful in the required classes that you need in order to graduate. I have been teaching in the public schools for 15 years. I am well rounded in my experiences. I have taught Special Education (k-12). I have worked with Regular Education students in following subject areas: Civics, American History, Pre-Algebra, Algebra I English 1, 2, 3, 4. and Biology.
As I taught school I worked as the Athletic Trainer for the football, wrestling, basketball, and baseball teams. I coached tennis and participated and was the founder of our Ping Pong team. I workout on a regular basis and enjoy spending time getting to know people. I enjoy tutoring because it provides a one-one relationship to get to know your student and how you can help them become successful in all the school environments.
Math was once my weakness because I developed a hate relationship with her. When I failed my first test it set me back. I was in a large class and I needed more of a compassionate approach to who I was. As I continued to improve in my relationship with math by not giving up and choosing not to fail I decided to be a lover of math because math is in everything you do in life.
I love working with teenagers and it is a calling for me. I have a great personality and I understand the struggles that impact academic performance. We all tend to develop psychological blocks that prevent us from being successful when others may not understand us or judge us because of the mistakes we have made in life. I am not a judge, but instead I am a healer of circumstances. My name is Mark B. and I am dedicated to helping you become successful in the required classes that you need in order to graduate. I have been teaching in the public schools for 15 years. I am well rounded in my experiences. I have taught Special Education (k-12). I have worked with Regular Education students in following subject areas: Civics,
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