- Levels Taught:
- Elementary, Middle School
- Teaches students:
- Ages 5 to 12 and special needs
- Teaching since:
Hi, my name is Larissa Oglesby a junior psychology major at St. John's University. I've always had a passion for education since I was a little girl. Ultimately, because of my love of education and passing on knowledge to others, my life long goal is to become a professor. Throughout my college career so far a lot of my time has been focused on research. However, I would love to devote more time to educating others. My past and present work experiences are centered around small children. I'm always excited to work with this age group and find it makes work fun. I hope I can be a phenomenal tutor to your child and enrich their academic development.
Conduct copyright research and review experience to identify and locate rights holders. Serve as a liaison between rights-holders and chief level staff in license agreement negotiations. Follow up with outstanding permissions request to ensure timely licensing. Accurately maintain databases records and provide report updates.+ Read More
Conduct home assessments and phone interviews for toddler camera observation study. Phone participants for screening, parental consent, and participant scheduling. Training new externs to follow participant recruitment and calling protocol. Collaborate with PI on website mockups for upcoming IRB submissions. Adeptly perform literature searches examining mobile health interventions for the military.+ Read More
Develop therapeutic relationships with website members via SMS chat platform. Encourage website members in emotional distress to use applicable 7 Cups of Tea resources. Refer site members that are in emotional distress to 7 Cups of Tea Therapists.
Conduct campus tours for new students, parents, and guests. Represent Saint John’s University during campus events. Retain a thorough understanding of Saint John’s University.
Cultivated a working knowledge of the latest treatments and research on BPD. Developed workshops that guided family members on how to become therapeutic allies. Assisted in the development of workshop class manual. Collected participant information and maintained database records.+ Read More
Composed patient welcome packets and prepared rooms for new admissions. Aided the pharmacy department with IV bag prep, medication labeling and administration. Informed patients of HIPAA privacy regulations and advance directives.
Assisted dozens of middle school students after school with general course work. Severed as a specialist for math assistant to students. Ensured that all students remained on task during the program. Helped students set personal development goals and make sets towards them.+ Read More
Cared for two dozen preschoolers during school hours. Received through knowledge on proper infant and child care. Created interactive and developmentally stimulating lessons for preschoolers.
Omicron Delta Kappa was founded on Dec. 3, 1914 on the campus of Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Va. The Society was founded by a group of 15 students and faculty who believed that leadership at the collegiate level should be recognized and encouraged across all phases of campus life. This general principle—that scholarship alone couldn’t predict success, and that other intrinsic qualities had value too—became known as the OΔK Idea.+ Read More
Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, was founded in 1929 with a mission to encourage excellence in scholarship and advance the science of psychology. More than 600,000 lifetime members have joined in this worthwhile cause including Distinguished Members such as Drs. Albert Bandura, B. F. Skinner, and Phillip Zimbardo. A few popular Membership Benefits include international recognition for academic excellence, as well as access to our three publications and more than $400,000 in annual awards and grants.+ Read More
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it is very clear that she has a real passion for learning. we are very impressed with her creativity and energy each time she comes to tutor. my daughter is not only making growth in math but she is loving it too.
Larissa was a great tutor. Twice a week after school she helped my daughter in math and reading. I watched my daughter go from below grade level in math and reading to exceeding expectations on her final report card. She was dependable and always set high expectations for her. she never let her get off easy. And it truly worked wonders.+ Read More