Often times all that struggling students need is someone taking the time and paying close enough attention to identify the obstacles that are preventing them from excelling. This is why I love to teach. Helping students figure out what their biggest obstacles are and then working with them to find a way to conquer them is what I strive to do. This usually means quite a bit of hard work, but the payoff is most definitely worth it! I ask my students to work hard for me, and in turn I work hard... [more]
I have earned an AA, a BA, and an MA in the liberal arts and I am currently a PhD candidate. Through my education I have learned the importance of good study skills. As an undergraduate student I served as a peer tutor. I have also taught a variety of middle school students that had different needs and abilities, and I was asked to address each individually. I have also worked with my own young children, teaching them to read at age 4 and helping them to develop study skills that fit their unique personalities and needs.
I have completed 7 semesters of Attic Greek as an undergraduate student and 1 semester as graduate student. I have also taught Attic Greek at the middle school level.
I have a BA in Liberal Arts, with concentrations in Philosophy, Religious Studies, and Ancient-Medieval Studies. I also have an MA in Philosophy and I am currently a PhD candidate in philosophy. In addition to the broad foundation in the Liberal Arts, I have completed 7 semesters of Attic Greek as an undergraduate student and 1 semester as graduate student. I have taught Attic Greek for one year. I also completed 2 semesters of Latin as an undergraduate student.