Making The Grade- Tutoring Services
Tertiary level academic work is a great leap from high school. Critical analysis, research skills and writing for academic purposes are not the focus of high school; yet these are the skills that you are expected to have to make the grade in university.
Who taught you these skills and prepared you for university life?
If you are:
- finding it difficult to develop and apply these skills to your assignments and term papers
- not getting the grades you expect even after all your effort
- desirous of improving your researching and writing skills
- worried about being able to improve your grades or simply make it through university successfully...
- Researching and writing your Masters or Doctorate level dissertation......
then you need to choose from the following options-:
face- to -face individual tutoring
Here is how the online service works
Pay for sessions in advance- US$30 per hour.
To do this 1) contact me by email - [email protected] and suggest three possible times for the first session.
2) when we schedule the first session you pay here by clicking on the button
3) when payment is received we will agree on location for session.
The online sessions can be conducted either through the virtual classroom at www.wiziq.com or through instant messenger or live call at skype.
If you have a paper that you need help with you can send the paper by email and get specific feedback by email. You can also schedule an online session for further discussion and help with the paper.
For face-to-face sessions call (868)- 735-6377 or (297)-562-7081 for an appointment
Social and Emotional Learning in the Caribbean
Many Caribbean education systems are undergoing reform. Like other parts of the world, Caribbean countries seek solutions to school problems such as rising violence , decreasing motivation of students, delinquency, teacher burn-out. Despite the efforts of curriculum changes and pedagogical strategies, the problems in the schools persist. I firmly believe that these reform efforts are not effective parlty because they do not take into account the social and emotional dimensions of educational change, i.e. the connection between feelings and learning.