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I believe that the student is already smart! and filled with wits, my role is to make those wits turn into successes! by using the students own creativity. The very dynamics that motivates them to stay interested in their studies! My tutoring lessons are filled with live role plays and rehearsing of the materials. Most importantly, the students pace creates the atmosphere of confidence! which produces positive results. 

My sessions are fun because it is hands on. I also have deaf friends that I can introduce you to when the lesson is over. I love to laugh and I will make this lesson laid back but I also have high expectations. I am also creative and if the student struggles than I use a more visual approach. I also send videos to the email and/or phone. I give fun and easy homework to make sure signs stick in the head.

Music- use modern music made into trumpet sheet music Music - let them wright there own song Soccer - play pool with soccer balls Soccer/music- let the student be the teacher for a little while and show that they are understanding and can repeat the teachings Soccer/music - do as I make my students do. 

Learning German can be fun and does not have to be difficult. With an easy vocabular you can have fun going to the Octoberfest or getting around any town. Depending if you are left or right brain oriented I personally like to custom tylor each class to my clients. Everyone has different strength or weaknesses and it is to the teacher to find out each of those and give the client the very best experience in learning fast any language.

Since I teacher a variety of subjects, my tips vary depending on the content.   For tutoring in a foreign language, it really helps to do vocabulary while reading. It's a much better way for the student to remember and make connections with words.   For tutoring in writing, try to choose a topic that is of interest to the student. This will help by eliminating background knowledge gaps and then you can focus on the writing process.   For tutoring in US History, I like to use videos to help make the history come alive. It's easier to remember when you see it.   For tutoring in grammar, (this might be nerdy) but I like to explain WHY the rules are the way they are. I think it adds a new level of thinking to it that can make it quite engaging.    And finally, listen to your student. Focus on their needs. If they are getting tutored for fun, be creative. If there is a goal, reassess often to see how close they are to...

Here is information on what I do, how I charge, and what I need from you. Feel free to read the entire blog, or just skim the bold headings until you see the type of proofreading you need. I look forward to working with you! For $5 per unit, I will do the following: Proofread your paper for grammar, spelling, and punctuation. ($5 per 1200 words)  Provide notes explaining the changes I suggest. Make these changes (tentatively) in your paper and mark them in red print. I am: Certified in Teaching English as a Second Language Experienced in proofreading college-level academic writing, having done so as an employee of a nearby college and as a professional tutor Ethical and attentive to detail How it works: Message me and let me know what you are looking for in a proofreader. See the “extras” below for more options, and let me know if you need a service that is not listed. Charges: o $5 per 1200 words for... read more

Hello NCLEXers,   Pharmacology is of vital important for the NCLEX.  I have seen student exams contain anywhere up to 20% of the entire NCLEX being solely pharmacology.  You need to need to need to add this into the mix when you study for the exam.  I provide an excellent Pharmacology overview that is easy to understand and does not make you learn anything that would not help you on the actual exam.    So much of the information other programs have you memorize will not help you pass this exam.  It is superfluous information that may be useful in the real world, but in the short term what is your goal?  To pass this thing and get you license.  If you have questions reach out to me at on my WyzAnt site.   Best of luck,   Michael, MSN RN

Hello NCLEX Takers, I am tutor here on WyzAnt that specializes in NCLEX prep work.  It is my passion and absolute focus.  My students fair very well after working with me and my system of addressing this exam.  If you are looking for some answers about how to address the exam and prepare please read through this e-mail and reach out to me at my personal site at   Here are some questions to help me address your needs: 1) How many times have you taken the NCLEX? 2) What nursing school did you go to? 3) How many questions have you gotten on your exam or exams? 4) Do you have an idea of when you would like to take the NCLEX? 5) Where I believe you to be at in your ability to take the NCLEX? I make this decision based on chat a bit and I get a sense for where your strengths and weaknesses are. Different people have different time requirements needed to prepare accordingly. I have... read more

hello students! my name is Ashley and I love the trumpet and soccer. my life was always busy because I couldn't just pick one. I would like to share with you guys what I will be teaching you. Just to let you know I like to have fun while teaching. though our sessions will be structured I will always be trying to find new things for us to do. I will also be doing it with you. I will not try to make you do something that I cant do to. I find this method to be very affective in creating a friendly bond, and trust.   While I am tutoring you in soccer we will start off with finding out how much you know. once I have an idea of your level we will get started. I like to test your foot, and see how well you kick, and your own personal stance and foot work. then we would move into ball control. Yes we will run. But when we start I will only make it short distance and longer at each session. we will go over each position and see how well you play in each one of them. see ware... read more

Last week, S. and I visited the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC. Among the exhibitions, she became intruiged by a large collection of silverpoint drawings covering a broad span of history. S. expressed a great interest to learn the technique. Online, I ordered some small birch panels, silverpoint ground (an acrylic gesso) and a holder and found the right kind of silver (.999 pure) locally at a jeweler supply shop. First, we applied a layer of ground to already-gessoed heavy paper for S. to use as a test sheet. Then we worked to prime the 9" x 12" birch panels. They required seven thin coats of ground (at least!) to cover properly. Next time, we will use undercoating layers of regular gesso or acrylic paint, as the silverpoint ground is expensive. I showed her how to sharpen the silver nibs on water-proof sandpaper: one like a pencil point, the other an angle (bevel). I showed S. how to tint the final two layers of ground with watercolor to achieve... read more

Almost every college or university requires students to submit an ACT or SAT score.  This score affects not only your admission application but also scholarship opportunities and which classes you will be able to enroll in.  The vast majority of students do little to no preparation work before taking these exams.  They may feel that all their hard work in high school should have prepared them already.  Although this is partially true, it is actually quite easy to raise your score a large amount by just putting in a little bit more work.  Students can see composite ACT scores raise 5 or more points and SAT scores raise 300 or more points.  Why is this?   1)  Both the ACT and SAT test many of the same concepts repeatedly and by learning these core concepts, you will easily get a higher score.     2)  You will get more familiar with the format of the test and start to see patterns in how they ask questions.  Once... read more

Brucella abortus • GN cocco-bacilli • Brucellosis • Infected animal or aerosols • Abortions in cattle Rickettsias • Non-motile, GN, non-spore forming, can present as cocci, rods or thread-like, pleomorphic • Reproduce only inside a living cell, parasitic in fleas, ticks, lice, and mites and transmitted by bite to vertebrate hosts, including humans, • Typhus and Rocky Mountain spotted fever. • Include the genera Rickettsiae, Ehrlichia, Orientia, and Coxiella Caulobacter • Caulobacter crescentus • GNR • Oligotrophic bacterium widely distributed in fresh water lakes and streams. • Caulobacter is an important model organism for studying the regulation of the cell cycle, asymmetric cell division, and cellular differentiation. Rhizobium • Soil bacteria that fix nitrogen (diazotrophs) after becoming established inside root nodules of legumes (Fabaceae). • Rhizobia require a plant host • GNR, motile, non-sporulating... read more

So you're an expert in your subject. You put in the time. You know the material like the back of your hand. But there's a big difference between knowing it and teaching it. A fun lesson engages your students, helping them learn the material faster and with better retention. Make sure your students get the most out of your lessons by following these 5 tips. 1) Start Off With Something Light At the beginning of the lesson, your students aren't ready to learn just yet. They're still thinking about their day - soccer practice, what they're going to make for dinner, the presentation due on Thursday.   Get your students warmed up and primed for learning with something light. In my English lessons, we might start with a vocabulary game or some pronunciation practice like a tongue twister. It doesn't have to be related to the target subject, but it should engage their brain enough to snap them out of their head a bit and get focused. 2)... read more

I hear so many teachers complain about the Common Core and I think it's more from a fear of the new and unfamiliar than what it promotes.  Common Core promotes thinking and making connections to the world we live it.  It means that teachers have to learn how to share the big picture, the concepts rather than rote memorization of facts.  In our age of technology students do not need to memorize the 50 states or the dates of battles, they have the internet, but they do need to know how the 50 states came about and how they're governed, they need to know the conditions that brought battles about...they need to know the big concepts and how they still apply to events happening in the world today.  I believe that the complaints about Common Core often are coming from a lack of confidence that teachers have that they can make the leap from the way they have always taught to this new way of thinking.  Common Core requires that we don't just teach, but that we facilitate... read more

So many times I hear teachers say, "but, I taught it."  Well, how do you know they learned it?  We need to move away from "teaching" and move to becoming "facilitators of learning."  Some may feel there is no difference, but there is and it's pretty big.  When we facilitate learning, we are involving the student and making the lesson student-centered and relevant to their age, interests and the world they live in.  We are not simply relaying information, but getting students involved in big concepts and ideas and helping them to connect this new information to their lives and to world events happening around them.  This makes new learning relevant instead of just words and facts in a book.   Students need to be a part of their education and not have education "done to them."  When we partner with our students we both benefit - students feel more involved and engaged which makes the experience a... read more

It’s 5pm on Sunday evening and you decide it’s time to break out your 1st Java assignment, which is due later that evening at 12am. No big deal, you have plenty of time! What can’t you do in seven hours? I mean that’s like at least 40 games of Halo. You stall another hour (playing Halo) until six 0clock at which point you decide you better get started just in case. You glanced at the problem earlier in the week, no biggie. A couple of inputs, some basic processing, some formatted output, and maybe the professor threw in some easy twist. Two maybe three hours tops, you’ll be counting sheep by ten.   The clock strike’s ten; you have 25 IM windows open (3 hopefuls). You’ve Googled the same thing 25 times, you have more red squiggly lines than if you had written a letter in Spanish inside MS. Word, your code doesn’t compile,  and it looks like this…   public class Chaos {       //default constructor public Chaos()    ... read more

Having some fun during lessons helps students better remember formulas and strategies and be more successful. Here are 5 ways to make lessons fun. 1. Come up with cute sayings about formulas or alternative ways to say them. The quadratic formula is the opposite of b give or take the square root of square bees take away 4 air conditioners all over double a. The formula for continuous interest problems is Pert! Are you being Pert? Students will remember what you said when they need those formulas. Silliness will stick in their heads. 2. Relate concepts to students' areas of interest. For example if I have a tennis player we can discuss parabolas by discussing the path of a tennis ball or if I have a runner we discuss the positive, negative, and zero slope of a path. 3. Teach how to use a technological device (calculator, phone, online software) to address questions or problems. Show how graphing, for example,... read more

1. Not studying early enough. I often compare chemistry to TV shows like Game of Thrones or Mad Men—you have to watch the series from the beginning or else you'd be completely lost. Chemistry classes and textbooks are set up in a very linear way. The harder you work earlier in the class, the less work you have to do the rest of the semester.   2. Hating the class too early. Don't be a member of the sheep repeating, "Ugh, this class sucks!" If you're a first-time chem student, how do you know this class sucks? Do you actually find the material uninteresting, or are you just repeating what everyone else says?    3. Not practicing. Studying for chemistry is kind of like perfecting a good jump shot or learning a new song on a piano. The more time you spend with it, the better you'll be.

Sisters, six and ten, jumped right in to the new project. A big bag of colorful paper scraps, with many different images of butterflies, flowers, fairies, tigers, etc. certainly caught their attention! Collage is familiar to them and there was no hesitation in approaching the medium. I explained to the girls about sharing the materials, which worked well. It is obvious that S. has a certain respect for I. and I. is generous. So, despite thinking there may be a little fight over this or that fancy paper or flower or fairy, there was peace. Both girls are dexterous. I., being older, has the ability to plan ahead and lay out her ideas before fixing them in place (with glue, of course). S. is starting to think more in this sort of "planning mode" and this is good to see, as she is naturally very impulsive (characteristic of her extrovert personality). She was more thoughtful about placement of her chosen elements than she has been in the past. I think she has a very... read more

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