Ohio State University
Hi, my name is Harold. My friends know me as Neal. I firmly believe it's all about attitude. If you think that the two of us can be a success... we can. If you think we may fail...we might do just that. I'm ready to take on the world and put what I've learned in school to work for you. What's your attitude?
I was awarded an associate degree from the Ohio State University in the spring of 2008 and my favorite subject since the beginning of high school has been English. This is also one of the many courses I excel in. My strongest area is in writing. I've completed two second level writing classes at the Ohio State University and most of my psychology and social work classes consisted of writing term papers, essays, etc. I found this to be an enjoyable and rewarding experience. I have an undying passion to help students succeed in these areas. Hi, my name is Harold. My friends know me as Neal. I firmly believe it's all about attitude. If you think that the two of us can be a success... we can. If you think we may fail...we might do just that. I'm ready to take on the world and put what I've learned in school to work for you. What's your attitude?
I was awarded an associate
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I was introduced to this special need while interacting with my girl friend's grandson after he started getting into trouble at pre-school. I got a better understanding of ADD/ADHD from my Psychology classes at The Ohio State University at Mansfield, and from research of my own, after finding out there are more and more kids suffering from these illnesses than ever before. Classes in both Psychology and Social Work gave thorough reviews on learning disabilities such as autism, ADD and ADHD. I was awarded an Associate degree from The School of Arts and Science with emphasis on Psychology and Social Work at OSU Mansfield in the spring of 2008.
While a Psychology student at The Ohio State University at Mansfield, several classes in Psychology (I was awarded an Associate degree in this field in the spring of 2008), and Social Work, gave lessons on autism, ADHD, dyslexia, and other learning disorders which are becoming more and more prevalent. An autistic middle school student who I assisted with Math, English, Science, Spelling, Grammar, and other courses, was a surprising success.