I have been involved in the teaching field for decades. For the past years, I acquired considerable tutoring experience and I am also a Certified Substitute Teacher in the states of Georgia and Florida.
Currently I earn a Bachelor degree in Arts and Science with a major in French and a minor in Education. In addition I was an honor student at Miami Dade College; I also represented this prestigious institution at the Student Model United Nations competition in New York in March 2012. In the same year, I participated in a summer study aboard in France for six weeks. I earn an Associate degree in Criminal Justice from Floyd College, now renamed Georgia Highland College in Rome GA. I am also a former student at University of West Georgia in Carrollton GA.
My academic formation helped me to learn different teaching methods that prepare me to do what I like best, teaching students the skills that are necessary for them to succeed in life. In general, such techniques will help them acquire knowledge that they can utilize in a meaningful way.
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