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Date: April 17, 2017 10:05 am
Location: Metro Atlanta
Credentials: Professor, Instructor, Special needs (Disclaimer)
My name is Dr. Holman. Currently, I am a university professor; however, I am in the process of becoming a Certified Public School Teacher, so I am familiar with the standardized tests, e.g., CRCT, SSAT, SAT, ISEE, ACT, Graduation/Senior Tests, etc., required to obtain a diploma.
Working with unique students is my specialty - - Positively ADHD, Innovatively Enthusiastic, Creatively ADD, and Fortunately Special.
I have been teaching at the collegiate level for about seven years now. My courses include: Logical and Critical Thinking, Survey of Philosophy, Literature, Classical Issues, Contemporary Values, Contemporary Moral Problems, History of Ancient Philosophy, History of Modern Philosophy, Ethics; Writing Intensive Course; ESL/TESOL; World History, US History; Social Studies; Social Sciences; Grammar and Composition; Mathematics
Throughout my college career, I served as a paid tutor for the Spelman College Learning Resources Center. I tutored a number of students in various fields: Math, Social Sciences, Writing, Grammar, Composition, Reading, Physical Sciences, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, History, Study and Organizational skills, etc.
Most importantly, I am passionate about teaching students as well as learning with them. I have been told time and time again “with your credentials, you can do anything.” I agree; nonetheless, teaching is the only thing that I want to do.