Texas A&M Corpus Cristi (theatre)
Hello I'm Nathan, I have a bachelors of arts from Texas A&M. I have been formally trained in Fine Arts, but my specialty is Theatre. I was raised a missionary, as such I traveled to 40 states and 5 countries. Ergo, early in life I became fluent in both English and Spanish. I spent 4 years in Mexico helping with under-privileged children through my families collaboration with the church. While my father and uncle brought supplies to help build homes, my brothers, sister and I worked with the women and children. My job, like my siblings was the literacy program. My family and I spent 2 years in Veracruz before we took our mission to Honduras. I am therefore fluent in both English and Spanish. Also I have 4+ years tutoring.
Once in San Pedro, Honduras I dove headfirst back into my routine: my days were spent tutoring in the school my Mother and Father taught in, and my nights I spent completing subject after subject, grade after grade until finally I was done. I was 14 and asked my parents if we could go back to the United States, so I could go to college. Once I graduated from high school at 15 and once in college I was elected secretary of the student body a month after my 16th birthday.
When helping or tutoring another person, be it my peer or a child my first step is to determine the origin or factors that are inhabiting the absorption of the lesson and find another manner of approach. I also find patients and positive affirmations to be imperative to the learning process. I have found it is also key to keep the student engaged and genuinely interested in the subject matter. Once the subject matter has been successfully learned, I usually prefer to go over several reviews just to ensure that the lessons learned have become absorbed well enough that the information won't be forgotten soon after the test or what have you has come and gone . Hello I'm Nathan, I have a bachelors of arts from Texas A&M. I have been formally trained in Fine Arts, but my specialty is Theatre. I was raised a missionary, as such I traveled to 40 states and 5 countries. Ergo, early in life I became fluent in both English and Spanish. I spent 4 years in Mexico helping with under-privileged children through
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