Teaching is more than cramming loads of data into a student's mind. Teaching is the art of training a student's mind to think and never end the thirst for knowledge.
I completed my BA Degree in History at Syracuse University and my JD Degree, cum laude, at The Delaware Law School of Widener University of Pennsylvania. I was the Research Editor of the Law Review and graduated 7th in a class of 267.
I have over 15 years of experience as a college instructor and over 30 years of experience, tutoring and mentoring students, and young attorneys.
I tutor students in American History, World History, Constitutional Law, Civics, The Government and Politics. My students range from Middle School to College and Graduate School and includes those students enrolled in AP Courses and Honors Classes. I also tutor students who are taking the PSAT, SAT, ACT, or LSAT.
My favorite subject to tutor is History, as I bring the course alive for the student, show the student it's relevance in today's world and help the student to prepare for multiple choice, true and false, fill-in-the-blanks, and essay test questions.
My tutoring style is to listen to the student and understand what he/she needs to succeed in a particular course. I work hand-in-hand with student to assist the student in achieving his/her goals.
Outside of academia, I enjoy watching and participating in sports and trivia contests. I also am a member of a local Readers Theater Group and attend a variety of musical concerts and theatrical productions. My hobbies include, reading, travel, and my extensive model railroad layout.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Syracuse University - Bachelor in Arts, History
Graduate Degree: The Delaware Law School of Widener University of Pennsylvania - Juris Doctor, Legal Studies
Reading, Sports, Musical Theater, and Teaching
AP US History
College Political Science
College World History
High School Level American History
High School Political Science
High School World History