Liberty University (Criminal Psychology)
I am 22 years old,. currently enrolled in at Liberty University as Criminal Psychology major in my senior year. During high school and 3 years of college I worked in my schools Learning Center, where I helped students to develop their writing and reading skills and proof-read papers for submission. I've always had the ability to help others learn to love and better understand literature by explaining it in a way that better suits the individuals life.
Growing up in a household of teachers; my mother a middle school teacher and my father a college professor, I have always been exposed to different learning styles and approaches to curriculum, which I believe gave me my love for education. Upon my graduation I will be starting a internship, hopefully with the Desoto P.D., as well as working on my masters in Criminal Psychology. I want to go as far as I can in school and I hope that I can inspire the same determination in a young mind.
I have an Associates Degree which I acquired upon graduating from high school, thanks to my schools avid Dual Enrollment program. I've worked as a proof-reader for over 5 years, high school through college.
I hope that I can be of some help to any students enquiring, I know school can be a pain at times but it doesn't have to be all hard and I can show you just how easy and enlightened you can become. I am 22 years old,. currently enrolled in at Liberty University as Criminal Psychology major in my senior year. During high school and 3 years of college I worked in my schools Learning Center, where I helped students to develop their writing and reading skills and proof-read papers for submission. I've always had the ability to help others learn
I have been an English tutor for over 5 years and have a passion for the subject. I believe that I can pass on the same passion to another young student.
Over the years I have studied the words of Shakespeare, Jane Austen and many of the great writers. I have found a way to take the words and experiences of the old and mix them to the now, for students to better get an understanding of such great works.
I have found while in college that you accumulate lots of essays and papers and, although you can breeze right through your work, it always helps to have a fresh pair of eyes to review it. Better safe, than sorry!
I've had a love for books since I was 3, but I know that, that isn't always the case for others. Reading, and not just reading but appreciating the work of an author can be a lot easier if you just relax and have patience.
Writing can be a simple process if you just have the right tools. Having a teacher and professor as parents I've learned all the many ways to execute your work.