...I learned to cook a variety of dishes, mostly self-taught, developing my skills independently using books and videos. I love cooking more than baking, but have experimented in both fields. While at college, I used my skills to teach others how to use cookbooks, what flavors blend together, and which utensils to use.
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...In graduate school I had an emphasis in reading, and was privileged to work in as a research assistant in a reading lab. My first teaching years were in middle school, where I was able to work with many students who had challenges in reading. My career then took me to high school, where I taught 9th Grade Lit, World Lit, American Lit and Multi-Cultural Lit.
Powder Springs, GAView Tutor
I have ABD (all but PhD thesis) from the University of Delaware. I work at Lockheed Martin (developing search algorithms) and have been teaching part-time at KSU for the past 6 years. At KSU I have taught pre-Calculus through Calc 3.
Marietta, GAView Tutor
...From my experience, Economics is a highly theoretical course in which many students may struggle without real world examples. I am able to fill in this gap by providing real world scenarios to assist students with these novel concepts. Please contact me to discuss your specific needs and to arrange an initial session.
Alpharetta, GAView Tutor
I am Alexis. I graduated in 2012 with my bachelor's in psychology from Tuskegee University. Most recently, I completed my master's degree in child and development psychology at Southern New Hampshire University.
Atlanta, GAView Tutor