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North central university (Cross Cultural Study)
St. Mary's University (Master's)
I am currently a professor of psychology. Prior to that, I was a Director of Education for Sylvan Learning Center, but I missed the direct contact with students and so got back into teaching. I was a High School English teacher for several years. I love teaching and helping kids get excited about learning. My strengths are in English (reading, writing, literature, grammar, etc), Psychology, and college prep.
Psychology excites me. I love understanding people: why we do what we do and how our biology interacts with our psyche. I stay up on current research and am always applying our new understanding to what I teach.
My years teaching English here in Texas mean that I have a great understanding of what the current expectations are. I love everything about reading and writing and I find ways to make it fun and interesting. My time at Sylvan means that I learned cutting edge techniques for helping students prepare for their college entrance exams.
I love teaching and I love my students. I'm committed to helping you succeed. My availability is very flexible and I have day, evening and weekend times available. I am currently a professor of psychology. Prior to that, I was a Director of Education for Sylvan Learning Center, but I missed the direct contact with students and so got back into teaching. I was a High School English teacher
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