The University of Alabama (Nutrition)
Hi! As you already know my name is Bailey. I sincerely believe in the joy of education and the necessity to foster a love of learning in all children. I am an avid reader with a passion for the classics. Obnoxious as it is, I enjoy projects, essays, book reports and research papers.
I worked at a tutoring center in Auburn where I was a grader, tutor, and classroom manager. During this time I learned methods of instruction and individualized lesson planning for students. I have a very patient, caring and empathetic personality that enables me to connect with each student. At the center, I was always placed with special needs students because of my passion for helping children with learning disabilities.
I am a grammar-loving, book-reading, red pen-carrying kind of girl. I believe in the beauty of language and the effect that it has on culture. An understanding of grammar, spelling, and writing is the one sure element in securing one's future. From college applications to employment opportunities, the only impression the reader has is provided through the words on paper. It is vital that the words speak on behalf of one's education and desire to succeed.
I am extremely flexible and will work around your schedule to best meet your needs. I will listen to you and provide my undivided attention to help you not only achieve, but excel. Hi! As you already know my name is Bailey. I sincerely believe in the joy of education and the necessity to foster a love of learning in all children. I am an avid reader with a passion for the classics. Obnoxious as it is, I enjoy
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