Greetings! Well, thanks for checking out my profile :)
Let me start by saying that education is the key to moving forward in life. Now, not everyone is going to succeed in a classroom, but everyone needs to learn - everyday - by whatever means necessary.
I have been teaching/tutoring/educating people my whole life. I've taught music lessons one-on-one; I've taught entire marching bands how to stay in step. I've taught math to children and college students. Science, too. I've taught classrooms of people how to program a computer, build a web site, and how to use Microsoft software. I've given lectures about marketing, business networking, and building computer networks for college campuses.
I've had a pretty long, and pretty broad, professional career teaching all kinds of things to all kinds of people. It has given me the ability to be very flexible. I have studied life coaching, and one of the things you get good at is learning how others learn, and then making things easier for them. Were I to ever step into a classroom, I would spend more time listening to my students and guiding them to finding the answers on their own, and very little time writing on the board or just lecturing facts. Facts are important, but learning how to find and apply those facts is even more so.