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...This involves rewarding students for their accomplishments as opposed to punishment for their failures (which is negative reinforcement). If someone is struggling it is more effective to encourage than to punish them. This, I believe, should be a fundamental strategy of any and all tutors/teachers. Being able to connect, laugh, and help students enjoy learning is something difficult.
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...As a tutor I am 100% committed to your child's success! I use my knowledge and experience to help your student thoroughly understand and become more confident in their problem solving abilities.I have been playing golf since I could walk. Throughout high school and college, I worked as a caddie at the local golf course.
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...As a composer, I've written music for commercials and documentaries nationally and internationally, and have worked for clients such as Motorola, Scion, State Farm Insurance, Hyundai, Maserati, Herman Miller, and NASCAR. In addition, I've scored numerous short films, comedies and dramas, and use...
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...I've recently graduated from Vanguard University with a BM in Guitar performance with a 3.9 GPA and I'm looking forward to continuing my education with a Master's Degree. I've also taken various math courses up to Calculus 3 just for the enjoyment and challenge, of which I received A's. I am proficient in teaching guitar, piano, sight singing/reading, music theory and composition.
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