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Frank G.

Madison, WI

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University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point
Political Science
Walden University - Politics
Master's
Concord School of Law - Academic
Other

Education

University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point (Political Science)

Walden University - Politics (Master's)

Concord School of Law - Academic (Other)

About Frank

Teaching is learning. Therefore, learning itself is a fine profession that never stops, and the only profession that cannot be taken away by any government, person or group. I love teaching in a sense of sharing and responding to questions that cannot be answered by simple opening of a book. The best way to learn is by knowing and referring to the contemporary times and examples. I use comparisons, analogies and well-controlled sarcasm to inspire into an unorthodox way of thinking, seeing, and perceiving. The most beautiful part of it is when a learner's question becomes more important than the answer itself. Once that happens, learning has occurred.

A sad state of affairs in teaching is putting grades behind one's knowledge. Unfortunately, we have not come up with a better, official mechanism to justify school budgets. Aristotle had only one student, no budget, and no classroom. Yet he managed to teach millions. Fear of failing and public scorn are humane-created tools to discourage. Instead of using positive reinforcement, schools tend to overuse their status and misapply their sources, because the aim of concentration is to submit acceptable scores to the administration. If students fail geography, we tend to downgrade the subject altogether; in a hope that we can get rid of the globe as well. The most important tool of tutoring is knowing one's weakness and building upon it. I tend to learn what I don't know and explain what I do know.

Teaching is learning. Therefore, learning itself is a fine profession that never stops, and the only profession that cannot be taken away by any government, person or group. I love teaching in a sense of sharing and responding to questions that cannot be answered by simple opening of a book. The best way to learn is by knowing and referring to the Read more

Policies
Cancellation
2 hours notice required
Travel Radius
Travels within 40 miles of Madison, WI 53715
In-person lessons
Science:
Philosophy
Language:
Czech
History:
American History, European History, Government & Politics
Business:
Law

Approved subjects are in bold.

Approved subjects

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Czech

Interpreting and translating into Czech from English for over 8 years, including but not limited to legal, medical, financial, and educational fields.

University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point
Political Science
Walden University - Politics
Master's
Concord School of Law - Academic
Other

Education

University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point (Political Science)

Walden University - Politics (Master's)

Concord School of Law - Academic (Other)

Hourly rate

Standard Hourly Rate: $45.00

Cancellation: 2 hours notice required

Travel policy

Frank will travel within 40 miles of Madison, WI 53715.