...I have loved reading and writing for as long as I can remember. Although my advanced degree is in a highly technical field, chemistry, I am fortunate to have been wired with a fairly even balance between the analytic and artistic sides of human ability. I 'preach' to my college and high school science students that even "STEM" majors must know how to communicate their technical ideas.
Lawrenceville, GAView Tutor
...I have found music to be very useful as a tool in my teaching career and have utilized it on numerous occasions to facilitate learning. I have an undergraduate degree in Music Therapy and clarinet was my primary instrument. I have played the clarinet for over 40 years and am actively involved in a community band and choir.
Stockbridge, GAView Tutor
...I teach using the Suzuki Books for my students because I like the progression and songs it uses, but I do not teach a strictly Suzuki Method. I like to tailor each lesson to the student, sometimes using other books, sheet music, exercise books, or even teaching songs by ear. I have been teaching violin for the past 13 years, in both group and private lesson settings.
Dacula, GAView Tutor
...It's so important to be able to practically express yourself in German. Besides, it is fun to speak & the only way to make the language "stick" in your brain. I like to use visuals and lots of expression when conversing & explaining concepts.
Marietta, GAView Tutor
...If you these are your goals for child and I'm sure they are, feel free to contact me. I look forward to hearing from you and working with your child.I am currently teaching 8th grade mathematics using the Georgia Common Core Standards. I also taught middle school mathematics (grades 6 - 8) for three years in Pittsburgh, PA prior to teaching in Georgia.
Lithonia, GAView Tutor