My teaching method comprises the principles and methods used to enhance student learning. These strategies are determined partly on subject matter to be taught and partly by the nature of the learner. My teaching method is more interactive and related to real world experiences.
I am "Del" I am a college student furthering my college career to obtain more degrees. I give lessons to all students ranging from pre-k to senior level high school. My method is personalized to each students need. I aim to make learning fun and more emorable. To ensure each pupil will be granted the best service I will mold my teaching to his or her required help level.
My teaching methodology involves visual and literal expression of my planned curriculum to be presented to my students. I base my methodology on the premise that there are no identical learners. Some are visual and others are literal learners. Experienced teaching lower grades through collegiate level with proven results.
As an experienced trial attorney and former adjunct college professor, I am enthusiastic about introducing the Law to students who are considering a legal career; assisting students already in law school; and those attorneys who recently graduated! Depending upon individual needs, I will be covering the "basics" including the Rules of Criminal and Civil Procedure and Evidence.
Retired former state prosecutor specializing in criminal & civil cases, private practice litigator and former lecturer/instructor at University of San Diego and for various agencies including Dept. of Defense, US Navy, US Air Force, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, and USEPA.
I enjoy teaching by asking questions and leading students to their own conclusions. I also require that students are able to competently and clearly articulate the principles they are learning and the answers to problems they have solved, as I have found whether one can explain something to someone else is a good measure of comprehension.
I am not in the classroom to lecture. Teaching is about creating excitement with interaction and asking stimulating questions and challenging students to think. You cannot "dumb down" the law, but you can use practical examples of legal applications to help students grasp the concepts.
Sociology & Psychology Purdue University. Doctorate of Jurisprudence, Indiana University School of Law. Honorary Masters in Comparative Law, University of Guadalajara, Mexico. Courses & tutoring in English and Spanish. Document review, bar review, contract analysis and discussion, miscellaneous lessons, comparative analysis.
Welcome to my page. Once you enter Café Five O, you will be treated as an Advanced student with the upmost respect. All students are capable of learning . It is my job as an educator to create a comfortable learning environment even if it is online. I can tutor you in crimina and civil law enforcement weather it be High school or College.
I have been a practicing attorney for almost a quarter century and enjoy an AV rating. I have given lectures on numerous topics to laypeople and other professionals as well. Oftentimes, these sessions have qualified for continuing legal education credits.
I believe in making lessons relatable to our current state of society. I am understanding and focused on motivating students to be the best they can be. We may not always get it right away, but with determination, we will.
My teaching method is based on a basic curriculum that simply introduces a creative, yet educational way to reach any grade level (primarily high-school and College grade level) about the concepts of Criminal Justice & Law, Math, and Science on a academic tutoring level.
I take a student-focused approach to learning. I am skilled at breaking down complex information into readily memorable parts. Incorporate study skills to assist the student both with creating quality topic outlines as well as providing a basis for solid research and writing skills.
I believe it is essential to understand every topic at a fundamental level before progressing to more advanced concepts. I will illustrate concepts with analogies and examples as needed to ensure mastery of the material. I will also formulate hypothetical scenarios for students to work through to understand tricky concepts.
I teach, and provide U.S. Mexican legal processes comparative instruction, my teaching method is the Socratic method, I explain and give main ideas, provide examples, and let students ask questions and pose doubts at any time during my explanations.
I am a Criminal Justice student of 3 years. I will be obtaining my Associate's Degree in Criminal Justice in May of 2017. I will be continuing my education in Law and Justice Studies at Rowan University in the fall of 2017. I have been interested in police work and the law since I was about 10 years old (10 years now).
I am a certified paralegal. I completed my undergraduate work at Ohio University and then went onto Capital University and obtained my American Bar Association and Ohio Bar Association paralegal certification.
I hold a Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia. I practiced law for 20 years in Missouri and Iowa in all areas of the law except Bankruptcy. I have experience with the judicial system, the administrative law system and negotiation of agreements.
Mr. Litman has been a member of the Pennsylvania Bar since 1989, the District of Columbia Bar since 1983, the Maryland Bar since 1985, the Virginia State Bar since 1985, and the New Jersey Bar since 2007.
I am a professional interpreter and will be giving lessons in law I have over 15 years of experience in the criminal justice system and have a BA in the subject The techniques and methods of instruction I use are depending on each students needs. We all do not learn the same and so cannot be taught the same.
I have worked for 39 years in Louisville, KY in a solo practice, thus I have an overall experience in the field. My concentration was in Family Law and Federal Bankruptcy but performed in many other general area. I an familiar with the Judicial system and how it work and have the experience of being involved in most area.
I am a practicing lawyer in Atlanta, Georgia available to tutor students, whether in college, graduate school or law school in all aspects of civil & criminal law.
I have a Juris Doctorate Degree from Jones School of Law, Falkner University/ Alabama Undergraduate Degree/ Bachelor Degree in Criminal Justice/ Troy University.
I have a Masters degree in Public Administration from Roosevelt University and My Juris Doctor from The John Marshall Law School. I am on the adjunct faculty at the University of Phoenix. I think that learning is a cooperative venture for both teacher and student. I would structure lessons using the Socratic Method.
My teaching is more hands on and teaching by giving examples and communicating with students getting a better understanding of how the students learn.
I have Masters in Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement, and specialized post-graduate certificate courses in forensics, tactical operational and strategic planning and criminal justice related fields. Bachelor's degree in Urban and Regional planning. Presently a Post Graduate student at Texas State University.
I have earned an Associate Degree in Paralegal Studies from Northampton Community College. I have 2 years of experience working in various aspects of the law. I have worked in an Intellectual Property Firm; one that works with Construction and Business Law; and another that deals with Legal Aid.
I have been an attorney for over twenty-five years and I am admitted in New York State and Florida. I have given tutoring lessons to law students, a paralegal and I am actively seeking students that need help studying for the bar exam. I recommend various handbooks and manuals to read on research and writing to my students.
I was an adult learner when I studied for and aced the LSAT; I was fortunate to receive an academic scholarship which covered my entire law school education because of my steady work to do well on the LSAT. Likewise, I studied about the Socratic method in order to do well in law school, and I developed my own method to do well on the bar since I could in no way afford courses like BarBri.
I am an attorney with over 30 years of practice experience in local, state and federal courts. I have mentored many younger attorneys and have assisted by a practical applications system; applying the facts to the law and a reasoned approach to trial and/or settlement.
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