I seek to engage students in their own learning and increase their test scoring ability as well as their ownership of the material to be learned. Overall, I gear a course towards students' individual learning styles as much as is allowable, with an emphasis on task completion within different formats. My methods include giving a student concrete strategies for remembering material and applying it on measures of test performance.
I have been a college level teacher for 20+ years in psychology and science focusing on students' critical thinking skills, writing, and test performance success. My methods succeed in increasing student achievement and overall confidence in accomplishing their academic and professional goals. I give the students practical, worry-free techniques to improve in any academic task.
+$5.00 for over 15 miles of travel. Cancellations must be made 24 hours or more prior to an appointment. Materials fee for practice tests at cost.
RACHEL SULT, Ph.D.
PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY: My professional experience is characterized by student-focused teaching, research, and written publications. I bring strong computer, organizational, and planning skills as well as writing and marketing experience in the industries of psychology, wellness, education, finance and business, database management, human resources, and the sciences and technology.
College Teaching, Psychology, Writing, Research, Marketing, Database Management, Tutoring: Test Prep, Writing and Outlining, Psychology, Life Sciences, and Math
MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Outlook, QuickBooks, Quicken, SAS, SPSS, MAC
& PC, Blackboard - Online Platforms
Cornell University Alumni Association of Long Island
Cornell Alumni Ambassador Association Network (CAAAN)
Cornell Entrepreneur Network
Emory University Alumni Association of New York
Certified Yoga Instructor, RYT
CPR Certified – Current
Private Tutoring Psychology, Writing, Life Sciences, Math, Standardized Test Preparation
Molloy College , Rockville Centre, NY
Adjunct Instructor Introduction to Psychology
Touro College Graduate School of Psychology, Manhattan, NY
Adjunct Instructor School Counseling - Graduate Course: Classroom Management
Nassau Community College, Garden City, NY
Adjunct Instructor General Psychology; Lifespan Development
Quantum Career Services, Inc., Jericho, NY
Executive Staffing Specialist
Infosys International, Inc., Plainview, NY
Business Development Manager
Financial Equities Mortgage Bankers, (FEMB), Westbury, NY
Senior Mortgage Consultant
New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, NY
Adjunct Instructor: Behavioral Science in Marketing
Briarcliffe College, Bethpage, NY
Full-time Instructor: General Psychology, Sociology, Human Relations, Business Algebra, Math
WORK EXPERIENCE, CONTINUED
Post Doctoral Fellowship Recipient
Bloomington, IN National Institute for Mental Health Research Grant
Audrey Morgan Interiors, Westport, CT
Data Management/Design Services
Emory University, Atlanta, GA - Psychology
Emory University, Atlanta, GA - Cognitive Development
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY - Human Development
ABD (All But Dissertation) 1992
Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY - School Psychology
Morgan, R. (1997). Intermodal calibration of the body in early infancy. Ecological Psychology, Vol. 9, No.1.
Morgan, R. & Rochat, P.(1995). The perception of self-produced leg movement in self- versus object-oriented contexts by 3-5-month-old infants. Studies in Perception and Action III, B.G. Bardy, R.J.and Guiard (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
Morgan, R. & Rochat, P. (April, 1998). The perception of social causality by 3- to 9-month-old infants. Infant Behavior and Development, 21 (Supplement), 586
Rochat, P. & Morgan, R. (1998). Two functional orientations of self-exploration in infancy. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, Vol. 16, 139-154
Rochat, P., Morgan, R., & Carpenter, M., (1997). Young infants’ sensitivity to movement information specifying social causality. Cognitive Development, Vol. 12, No. 4, 537-561.
Rochat, P., & Morgan, R. (1995). The function and determinants of early self-exploration. The Self in Infancy: Theory and Research. Elsevier Science PV
Rochat, P. & Morgan, R. (1995). Spatial determinants in the perception of self-produced leg movements by 3- to 5-month-old infants. Developmental Psychology, Vol. 31, No. 4, 626-636.
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