Hey there, if you're reading this, thank you so much for taking the time to look into my profile! Currently I do not have any professional experience with teaching, though I am proud to say that I have always been a big help to my friends and family when it comes to proofreading their resumes and college papers. It took me some time to figure out exactly what I'd like to do with my life, but it's become clear that teaching is my passion. Currently I'm attending college to achieve a Bachelor's degree in English and Literature, so that I can teach in either middle school or high school. Perhaps I'll even become a professor someday.
While English and Literature is my passion, I am absolutely willing to try my hand at teaching anything, and will even accept cheaper rates for the mere experience of it.
I currently have a few qualifications of note. I've completed two English classes in college, and I'm currently considering my options when it comes to which type of literature that I will specifically study. I will say that I'm an excellent proofreader, and I'm confident that any paper handed to me could go up one grading tier after I'm through proofreading it.
I like to think I'm a pretty laid-back fellow, and I'm fully aware of my current lack of experience, but I hope that my articulate writing is enough to get you interested in contacting me so that we can talk over what you're having trouble with. Even if I'm not the tutor for you, I'd like to familiarize myself with the common problems students face when writing. Hey there, if you're reading this, thank you so much for taking the time to look into my profile! Currently I do not have any professional experience with teaching, though I am proud to say that I have always been a big help to my friends and family when it comes to proofreading their resumes and college papers. It took me some time to figure out
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I haven't actually taught study skills before, but I have recently completed a college course called "Education Frameworks," that teaches study skills almost exclusively. The textbook discouraged techniques such as cramming and notecards, and instead encouraged practices such as word association as well as pondering the new information that is being learned in such a way that it connects to something else you've learned, or have always known. This technique has been proven to excite your brain and trigger deep-memory learning.