As a student, I had my challenges: I had ADHD, stuttered and suffered from low grade face blindness, but had a high IQ and crushed standardized testing. As I progressed from his school to undergrad, grad school and law school, I learned for myself that the same method of teaching doesn't work for everyone. The whole point of teaching shouldn't be to seat people in a grid and then declare that whoever had the highest test scores is the smartest...but in this country, that's pretty much the way it is. Everyone learns differently. Find out what it is that makes the student learn things, and present it in that fashion. As the kid with ADHD and all the rest, I had to figure that out for myself; what worked for others did not work for me. I'm more than happy to help others figure out how they best learn things, and reliably get those people to their education goals.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Transylvania University - Bachelor of Science, Philosophy
Graduate Degree: University of Kentucky College of Law - Juris Doctor, Prelaw Studies
History of science and relativity; cosmology; quantum theory for the layperson; dogs, pets and animals of all kinds; democracy; politics; sci-fi, horror and comics. And, like everyone else, a lot of others...