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Cleveland State University (History)
I was a librarian for 23 years and have worked with students of all ages to get the best out of their library experience. I enjoy working with people, and helping them learn new things.
My children are 12 and 14, one is autistic, the other has ADD. School has been difficult for them, but they're constantly improving. I'm sure if I can help them succeed in school, I can help your children as well.
I love books, the information you can learn from them, and the places they can take you. Books help people learn about their world, and what they're capable of accomplishing. I enjoy introducing readers to new ideas, new concepts, and new information. My enthusiasm for reading, and my appreciation for everyone with whom I work helps me reach people who have trouble with reading.
Most elementary school education is basic, and most of us know it. What we often have difficulty with is expressing it in ways that children can understand. Every person learns differently. It takes being willing to explore new ways to express the ideas, and working with the child to help them determine the best way for them to find the information they need, so they can help themselves solve their own problems.
I have 10 years' experience building websites, and regularly keep abreast of changes to the Internet, including updates to HTML.
I look forward to working with you and/or your child to grow and improve. Let's help your child succeed, together. I was a librarian for 23 years and have worked with students of all ages to get the best out of their library experience. I enjoy working with people, and helping them learn new things.
My children are 12 and 14, one is autistic, the other has ADD. School has been difficult for
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