Lamar University (Nursing)
Lamar University (Master's)
Hi! My name is Linda; in the picture above, I am doing my needlework, with my magnifier around my neck. I live in Beaumont, TX, and would like to tutor anywhere in the Golden Triangle area. I was a National Merit Scholar in high school and am a member of the collegiate honor societies Phi Kappa Phi (all fields), Psi Chi (psychology), and Sigma Theta Tau (nursing), and Eta Sigma Gamma (health). I received the Lake Charles Forty-and-Eight Veterans' Club Scholarship, the Leroy E. Dettman Scholarship, the Good Samaritan Foundation Scholarship, and the Mary Frances Dishman Sherlock Endowed Scholarship. I graduated from the University of Michigan with high distinction and with honors in linguistics and anthropology, and I graduated from Lamar University with my BSN--I am a registered nurse by profession. I have also completed my Master of Science in Public Health at Lamar and would like to do nursing research.
I have been a tutor since high school, and have tutored in a number of areas--French, English, statistics, biology, anatomy and physiology, microbiology, psychology, sociology, and nursing courses. At Casper College, I was both a Peer Tutor and a tutor for the athletic department, and I have also tutored for Emergency Consultants with students who were completing their RN credential through independent study. I have a strong background in a number of areas--math and science, social science, and arts and humanities. My first love is needlework and I have a multiplicity of other interests--scuba diving, travel, astronomy, reading, and other pursuits as well.
I am flexible about methods and am willing to tailor my approach to the needs of the individual student. I have found that it often helps simply to talk over the subject matter and to illustrate it in a way that makes sense to the student. I am also willing to read through papers and offer suggestions for improvement.
I am also flexible as to times and places. I am comfortable in libraries (public libraries or at Lamar) although I will consider other arrangements. I do want to do a good job so I would like feedback in terms of whether or not I have helped and what approach(es) have been effective.
I hope to hear from prospective students shortly. I am currently in graduate school at Lamar, a demanding and time-consuming commitment, plus I am working, so I would like to know now if my services are needed. Thank you! Hi! My name is Linda; in the picture above, I am doing my needlework, with my magnifier around my neck. I live in Beaumont, TX, and would like to tutor anywhere in the Golden Triangle area. I was a National Merit Scholar in high school and am a member of the collegiate honor societies Phi Kappa Phi (all fields), Psi Chi (psychology), and Sigma
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I am a graduate of the University of Michigan, with high distinction, honors in linguistics, honors in anthropology. I studied a number of areas in anthropology and also completed several courses in sociology and psychology. I have also done extensive independent reading in this area.
I have completed a number of courses in biology, including a course in practical botany. I have also completed courses in chemistry, which relates to botany. I have done considerable reading in this area.
I have completed approximately 20 credits in computer applications, including Word, WordPerfect, Desktop Publishing, Excel, and QuickBooks. I have used a these programs on a number of jobs and for my own use, and am familiar with Windows. I am continually staying updated on new programs, taking classes and exploring options at the public library.
I am a Life Member and a Plural Member of Embroiderers' Guild of America, currently working on Master Craftsman certification in beading. My goal is to complete all ten Master Craftsman programs. I am also a member of Golden Triangle Quilt Guild. I have designed and executed needlework pieces in all techniques, and have planned and taught needlework classes.
I am a member of Sigma Theta Tau, the nursing honorary, also Eta Sigma Gamma (health honorary), Psi Chi (psychology honorary), and Phi Kappa Phi (all-fields honorary). I have done tutoring for students studying to earn their RN by independent study.
I am a registered nurse and have completed classes in nutrition. I have completed numerous science classes relevant to nutrition--anatomy and physiology, microbiology, and chemistry. I have dealt with dietary needs of patients in nursing homes and in home care situations.
I am a graduate of the University of Michigan with high distinction, honors in linguistics, honors in anthropology. As a linguistics major, I studied how sound patterns are assembled into meaningful language with courses in phonetics and phonology. At the age of seven, I taught my four-year-old brother to read!
I have completed several college courses in religion. I have attended a number of programs at my church on the religions of the world. I have done extensive reading in this area.
I have an excellent vocabulary and did well on my PSAT and SAT in high school. I am well-read in a number of areas.
I have done sewing and other needlework all my life, making items for myself and professionally. I have taught sewing and needlework in several different settings. I am a member of Embroiderers' Guild of America and Golden Triangle Quilt Guild.
I have been a tutor since high school and also was a nanny for six years and did a number of "learning games" with my two charges. I have also used a number of different study methods for my own studies, in which I have been highly successful. At Casper College, I was both a Peer Tutor and a tutor for the athletic department. As a Peer Tutor, I attended a number of presentations on learning styles, learning disabilities, and study skills and made several presentations myself on different techniques for study.
I am a graduate of the University of Michigan--Honors in Linguistics, Honors in Anthropology, High Distinction overall. I am also a graduate of the nursing program at Lamar and am currently earning my MS in Health Promotion at Lamar.