A completely different group of people has brought me the same sad news: The USA is becoming a not-good place to make babies. Maternal Mortality Is Rising in the U.S. As It Declines Elsewhere Deaths per 100,000 live births http://www.npr.org/2017/05/12/528098789/u-s-has-the-worst-rate-of-maternal-deaths-in-the-developed-world
My student is studying audiology, and had to do a paper on one of my favorite subjects – bilingual children learning to read,and what happens in people’s brains when they read a word while having access to two languages. ETA: Student contacted me to say the paper got an A! I’m so proud. What does… Read More Tutor and the Bilingual Student
What do you do if you’re walking in the Serengeti forest and a lion gets between you and your Land Rover? If you’re me, you scream and run away – classic prey behavior that might end with said lion catching dinner. Dr. Craig Packer shouted and clapped his hands, running at the lion. Large +… Read More Tutor vs. Lions
My college student has to write a summary of a NY Science Times once a week. This is possibly the most fun I have ever had with a student’s work. The health section had an article about natural birth vs. C-section. It seems that when the fetus exhausts itself squeezing through the birth canal, it… Read More Fruit of Labor?
A college student of mine has an assignment: summarize an article form the New York Times Science section for extra credit. Hurray for the tutor learning some new things! Have fun clicking for pictures. Birds in Jakarta are a popular pet, considered good luck for many and a status symbol for the wealthy who have… Read More For the Birds – Tutoring a college science paper