My first degree was in education. I love teaching the basics of courses such as Accounting and Business. I have taught Adult Ed, Associate Degree programs and Bachelor Degree programs, and have tutored many students over the years from the Adult Ed, through Master Programs. I have been an adjunct for many colleges in Maine.
Finished Lancaster University, Management School in the UK in 2016 I have deep understanding in the subject that I teach as I put it to practice everyday.
College Accounting: This course provides an introduction to the concepts and uses of: financial accounting information in a business environment.
I combine my theoretical knowledge of the relevant subject matter (Accounting, Management, Strategy, etc.) with my "real world" and "practical" personality, to deliver a lasting teaching message to my students. The goal is to make you "understand" rather than simply "remember long enough to pass the test".
PhD, Global Leadership Fort Wayne, IN Indiana Institute of Technology, Fort Wayne, Indiana Specializations: Global Leadership and Organizational Management Dissertation: “The Experiences of Employee Work-life Balance and Job Satisfaction in a Cross-cultural Environment” - Committee Members: Dr. Brenda C. Williams (Chair), Dr. Mary A. Bradshaw & Dr.
My method of tutoring is to approach each student and inquire which method may best facilitate their style of learning? Do you want to first attempt the accounting question, then allow me to suggest the next logical step? Or perhaps you prefer me to demonstrate how I calculate my answers using an Excel spreadsheet & screen-share my work with you? Perhaps your method only needs fine tuning...
I started an income tax service while a junior undergraduate. It grew into a CPA firm while i was in Law school. I tutored the Florida Gator football team in accounting, taught accounting at Santa Fe Junior College and Florida International University. Partner in Miami Law firm for 16 years. I am available to tutor and teach any level of students who need my assistance.
B.A. Education Northeastern Illinois M.S.A. Roosevelt University M.S.B. Johns Hopkins University Enrolled Agent (E.A.) Internal Revenue Service Guest speaker at Harvard Law School on Global Finance. I have also written training material in accounting, auditing and finance for various foreign countries.
I am an CPA and an Adjunct Professor Accounting and Taxes. I like to teach the basics and then build from there to the more difficult concepts. I remind my students that accounting and especially taxation are not necessarily logical, it just is what it is.
I approach teaching as a dialogue. It is a give and take. Otherwise, how can you judge mastery of the concepts at hand? Also, a dialogue makes for a more interesting session for both teacher and student. Most importantly, in the business classes, I will teach you to apply theory to real life.
I am a PhD Accounting holder with masters in Accounting as well. I teach students based on teacher student interaction, while I bring real life scenario for discussion. I am very patient with my students and always wanted to hear "Aha I got it" from my students.
I believe in adapting to my students needs. Because I have logged over 250 tutoring hours, I am experienced working with a variety of different students. From the student who wants me to act as the professor and explain in great detail to the student who wants to work through their homework together, I am able to adapt to meet your needs.
Hi, I'm excited about the possibility of helping you with your class! I have earned a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing and a Master in Management Information Systems, both from Texas Tech.
My teaching methods are very practical and easy to learn. I like firstly evaluate the level of comfort and knowledge of my student in the given subject and tailor my sessions in a way that would lead to realistic results. Get in touch for anything related to Business, Economics, Accounting as well as GMAT/GRE prep.
The college teaching positions held have provided continuous learning and current knowledge in the accounting, management, and IT areas. At the same time, those positions have granted multiple opportunities to develop great learning, people, and analytic skills. A great deal of customer service experience has been acquired working for a professional services organization.
Teaching should always strive to move beyond the simple sharing of facts and knowledge or even the training of a certain skill set. My teaching philosophy is based on this quote by William Butler Yeats, “Education is not the filling of a pail but the lighting of a fire.
I am an accountant, i have been teaching this discipline in the last three years, the best methodology i use is, giving overviews and summariesof every chapter, presentations and assignments to enable the student search/do more & return with feedback
I am committed to helping students to learn with a commitment to depth. Depth matters because it proves to your audience you know about the material enough to deliver superior value. My objective is to inculcate confidence, diligence and competence in students, in their quest to achieve progression and mastery of their academic and career endeavors.
I have a BA in Accounting, an MBA in Business Administration and over 28 years of experience as an auditor, a staff accountant, a Controller, a Vice President of Finance and a Chief Financial Officer. I have been employed by both large and small companies in the USA, Canada and the UK. I have worked in various industries; profession services, manufacturing, distribution and advertising.
I am a graduate student-athlete with a BSBA in Accounting and Finance from Rockhurst University, all together with 150 credit hours in four years in order to be CPA (Certified Public Accountant) eligible. I am trilingual in English, Bulgarian and Russian. I have spent a total of 6 years as an employed tutor, from the high-school level to the college level.
My philosophy of teaching has evolved from 12+ years of undergrad and graduate level teaching experience.
BS in Finance - LSU MBA - University of Phoenix I have twenty years experience in manufacturing, budgeting, project analysis, and managerial accounting. I help students learn by doing so they can apply theory to real world scenarios, allowing them to understand the material in a more permanent manner.
My teaching method is very similar to old school type. I explain each topic in the given chapter in details and then discuss about the various other ideas students get depending on their understanding.I love fun in learning economics.
I believer every child can learn. I strive to meet each student at his or her level and provide them with the skills and confidence to grow. I believe the key to academic improvement is keeping a student engaged and interested, while providing opportunities for success and challenging the student to foster growth.
My teaching method is to assess the student's strengths and weaknesses, learning style, and goals. As a business math tutor I give lessons to college and undergraduate students taking Accounting and Economics courses.
I always first try to assess a student to judge his level of understanding about the subject. Then, i try to make myself compatible to his level of comprehending the concepts and make my lessons tailored to his level of understanding.
My teaching method is to start with a discussion of practical experience, then relate it to the subject I'm teaching. For example, if I'm teaching auditing, I will bring in the Enron fraud, or the World Com audit fraud.
I hold an MBA from Fordham University with a concentration in finance and an undergraduate degree in management. I've had additional training in hospitality accounting and community association management. I am an advanced user in MS excel and MS word.
My teaching methodology is to approach accounting differently depending on the level of experience and knowledge of accounting for my students. I like to work through concepts first by breaking them down so they are easily understandable and applicable.
I have wide exposure to the case method, since that was the teaching methodology used at the school that I went to. In case you are unfamiliar with it -- it consists basically, as its name suggest, of a business case and a tech note. The tech note lays the groundwork and walks through the technical aspects of a certain business concept that is covered in the case (e.g. cost of capital calculation).
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