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My kingdom for a tutor (not Tudor)!

I’ve been very quiet.  There’s good reason for that: prepping for new classes is a lot of work.

Specifically, I’m teaching university physics for the first time, and I have to admit that it’s very different from the other side of the (hypothetical and totally non-existent) podium.   520 more words


2/22/17: Daily Post

Yesterday, I did some tutoring at Magdalena and then went to a department meeting at New Mexico Tech.

Along my commute, I operated amateur radio.  I talked to Russia and St. 57 more words


A day in the life of an at-risk youth

“Chris” gets up early for school like any other kid. If he’s lucky he’ll grab a sugary breakfast on his way out the door. He’s excited to see his friends, but a little apprehensive about facing his teacher. 651 more words

Tutoring & Homework Help

Are you an elementary school student looking for help on homework? Would you like a hand with research or writing? Need access to a computer or a good place to get some work done? 46 more words

In The Library

Tutoring Geometry

Sophia, 9th grader at American School of Doha, is studying Geometry (proportions and similarity) with Mr. Bishara.


What Do I Have To Do- Synthesising The Portfolio

As deadlines are slowly creeping up, I’ve decided to use this post to discuss what’s expected of me in my teaching writing portfolio, due in the next coming weeks. 589 more words

Keep The Theories Coming- Theories and Approaches to Tutoring

As I am going to be completing my teaching practise in a tutoring situation, I am going to use this post to synthesise my understanding of the different approaches and theories to tutoring. 464 more words