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A good teacher - in my opinion - is one that develops a sensitivity to the joy that comes with learning.

That joy - much the same in the processes that bring joy of games - is to be found everywhere in the nature of the human brain; a living computer; a vast of potential of weighted logic gates which give rise to the substance of what we call learning when we - by our activities - so organize them.

Even the most bizarre or inspired art - so I attest - comes from the negotiation and change of this substance of our minds, and there is real joy in that!

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Keith’s Qualifications

Education & Certification

Undergraduate Degree: Wichita State University - Bachelors, BS Biology, BA Chemistry, BA Psychology, BA Philosophy

Graduate Degree: SUNY Empire State College - Masters, Master of Arts in Teaching


Tedx talks,Voice over work, Standardized tests, Cooking

Tutoring Subjects

10th Grade

10th Grade Math

10th Grade Reading

10th Grade Writing

11th Grade

11th Grade Math

11th Grade Reading

11th Grade Writing

12th Grade

12th Grade Math

12th Grade Reading

12th Grade Writing

6th Grade

6th Grade Math

6th Grade Reading

6th Grade Science

6th Grade Writing

7th Grade

7th Grade Math

7th Grade Reading

7th Grade Science

7th Grade Writing

8th Grade

8th Grade Math

8th Grade Reading

8th Grade Science

8th Grade Writing

9th Grade

9th Grade Math

9th Grade Reading

9th Grade Writing


ACCUPLACER College-Level Math

ACCUPLACER Elementary Algebra

ACCUPLACER Reading Comprehension

ACCUPLACER Sentence Skills


Adult Literacy

Advanced Placement Prep




Analytical Chemistry

AP Physics 2

Applied Mathematics

ASPIRE English


ASPIRE Reading

ASPIRE Science



Cell Biology

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

MCAT Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems

Chemical Engineering


CLEP Biology

CLEP Calculus

CLEP Chemistry

CLEP College Algebra

CLEP College Composition

CLEP College Mathematics

CLEP English Literature

CLEP Introductory Psychology

CLEP Natural Sciences

CLEP Precalculus

College Biology

COMPASS Mathematics


COMPASS Writing Skills

Competition Math

MCAT Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills

Elementary School

Elementary School Math

Elementary School Reading

Elementary School Science

Elementary School Writing

GED Prep

High School

High School Biology

High School Chemistry

High School English

High School Writing


MCAT Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems

MCAT Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems

MCAT Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior

Middle School

Middle School Math

Middle School Reading

Middle School Science

Middle School Writing


MCAT Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior




Q & A

What is your teaching philosophy?

Teaching is in many ways a candid form of leadership. In this sense, leadership is not to be followed. Rather, teaching is the form of leadership which hands over the reins to the student as often as possible, having done the work of harmonizing with them at the level they are at and showing them by authority, example, and friendly support just how far they can go until they begin to exceed expectations.

What might you do in a typical first session with a student?

First things first; identify and target your goals or create some realistic and sensible ones relative to your interests. Gather and create whatever list of study resources, hard copy or electronic (I can help with that) along with means of tracking your progress. I prefer practice examinations and textbook questions, yet some subjects are handled much better by developing dialogue and verbal cross-examination. Then immediately establish parameters for study -- what are the essentials and what to disregard? I would have you familiar with all the major subject headings and write them down yourself. Finally, an overview of one of the established major subject headings with the aim of increasing your verbal fluency (even regarding mathematics in this sense) and an assignment to be completed in advance of the next session in order to set a basis for evaluating your own strengths with regard to self-study.

How can you help a student become an independent learner?

By having the student practice teaching a concept or process to others or myself. Mastery of a subject includes the confidence that comes with defending its assertions or facts in contrast with unexpected or unique points of view or misconceptions.

How would you help a student stay motivated?

In addition to developing a sense of 'the thrill of the hunt,' I would work with the student to develop multiple realistic scenarios in which their efforts map onto real-world applications and advancement in life. Wherever possible, to also relay how something can be of benefit.

If a student has difficulty learning a skill or concept, what would you do?

There are always more basic building blocks common to a student's experience that can be recruited into the learning process. By analogical examination of what is familiar to the student's comprehension in life, we can create a bridge from that to the difficult skill or concept.

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