...The way I like to teach science is to do it using projects made from everyday materials to illustrate scientific concepts. I've found that is a good way to make science clear and easy to understand. One of the projects I've developed is the "Tightrope Snowman": a balancing snowman made from Styrofoam and screwdrivers, which I use in teaching the principle of center of gravity.
Newtown Square, PAView Tutor
...In order to get this award you need to be nominated by not only your own coach, but other coaches from Catholic high schools in the league as well. After high school I played soccer for my college, Penn State Abington. I played for two years.
Broomall, PAView Tutor
...I am a professional illustrator by trade. I illustrate for Aramark, Pepsi, and other freelance clients. I am an instructor at the Art Institute of Philadelphia College and teach illustration/drawing skills in several of my classes.
Wenonah, NJView Tutor
...Some of my objectives are to engage and challenge students for successful outcomes. At the conclusion of every session I ask: "How was the session?" and "What did you learn?" or "How did you benefit from the session?" Students often self-evaluate and recognize their strengths or acknowledge their weaknesses that need the additional practice. That is also growth.
Philadelphia, PAView Tutor
...I work with adults Parkinson's patients and adults with significant head trauma. As a special education advocate I have researched many programs that are appropriate for children with learning differences. Teaching English as a Second Language to adults and children.
Wayne, PAView Tutor