Hello! My specialty is in the Social Sciences and Humanities, and I'm really looking forward to tutoring History, Government, Politics, and Spanish. I graduated with a 4.0 GPA from Franklin College, which is a small liberal arts school in Indiana with a BA in History, Political Science, and Spanish. I worked there as a Teaching Assistant for the New Student Seminar, which helped incoming freshmen to learn about the college I then moved to the prestigious University of Chicago to obtain my MA degree in Latin American Studies, with a specialty in the Southern Cone. My own research revolves around gender and women during the time period of the Dirty War in Argentina. Following my recent graduation from Chicago, I moved here to Georgia to work at Kennesaw State University as the Coordinator of the Masters Program in American Studies.
While I enjoy my job, my true passion is teaching students, which is why I am looking forward to getting to know you! I prefer for my students to come to me prepared with questions that we can then spend time resolving them, as I have found that it is much easier to teach when there are tangible things to be completed. This is oftentimes assigned homework by the teacher, which I request that students review before coming to me. The more they complete before our meeting, the more time we will have to review it and learn the things that are most difficult. However, I am also willing to make my own lesson plans and use my own materials for an additional (small) fee if you are not currently enrolled in the course, which works particularly well for those interested in learning Spanish outside of the classroom. I believe that all students are capable of learning anything that they set their mind to, which is why I enjoy teaching so much. I love helping my students to realize their full potential and giving them an opportunity to learn about the subject outside of the hurried classroom environment. One-on-one tutoring is my specialty, but I am willing to do group classes for a lower rate provided that the students already know one another and are comfortable with it.
If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me. I'm really looking forward to getting to know you!
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