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Education Station: College Prep Study Tricks, Tips & Hacks
In this one-time class students will learn specific, practical, and easy tools, tips, and tricks to maximize their memory and gain new study habits.
Ms. Kung, BA, BS, MEd
6 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 2 learners
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Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
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Everyone is expected to study for tests and presentations. Unfortunately, many people are never given practical guidelines for how to maximize their learning. Effective study habits and techniques are necessary and important life skills that serve a person long after their formal education days are over. As long as you are a person who likes, needs, or wants to learn new things, this class will be helpful to you! This is one of my favorite topics to teach because of the value it adds to a...
With 20 years of experience with middle and high schoolers, I must admit they are my favorite ages. It started when I was in graduate school in the late 1990s. I was part of the education reform program of the first charter school in New Orleans. Naturally, we were also the research and development location where I was the program manager of the enrichment classes for the middle and high school. Today, that project is called New Orleans Outreach and is very successful. At Outreach, I single-handedly organized, developed, and maintained over 20 class electives with nearly 100 volunteers. When needed, I had to fill in for volunteers at my local site which gave me the opportunity to teach debate, public speaking, communication, culture classes and study skills (to name a few). These classes were very popular among my students. In fact, they liked them so much they asked me to dedicate myself as the sole teacher after my first year. After my time in New Orleans, I headed to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania where I became the associate director of the Pennsylvania School Reform Network, a project of the Education Law Center. I advocated for high school students and also taught them how to be heard in a public forum. I was on the board of local public high school newspapers to the university panel of political discussions regarding education public policy of Pennsylvania. My position was to work with young adults to help give them a voice and guide them to be productive members of the community the moment they turned 18 years of age. I look forward to meeting and teaching your children to share these gifts with them.
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50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Ms. Kung, BA, BS, MEd
A nature and culture enthusiast excited to share my knowledge and experience with students!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
6 total reviews
12 completed classes
So much of my knowledge has come from classes outside of formal academic learning, I am elated to offer some interesting and helpful topics to school-aged students. My curriculum is designed to inform students and guide them to become aware of the...