Learning in more ways than one is very important. Listening, visualizing, and practicing in combination is impacting. Students should feel open to asking any and all questions until they understand.
Learning should be interactive and conversational. Techniques should be used which relate to current situations in one’s life to be easier to understand.
I graduated high school one year early at 16 yrs old. I then pursued my Bachelors degree in Political Science. I went back for my MBA to pursue a business law career. I am still open to expanding my educational path further.
I have been a summer camp counselor, in which I prepared lesson plans and educated ages 12-15 yrs old in a variety of subjects. I also managed a tutoring program at Morgan State University.
I spend much of my free time as a mentor and volunteer. Currently I work with a non-profit organization: The Malachi Project.