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University of Arkansas (Accounting)
Arkansas State University (MEd)
Teaching is my second career, and I love it! I graduated with a degree in business and worked as an accountant for many years. When I began teaching, I assumed I would teach accounting or math, but I started in 5th grade teaching language arts and social studies. Over the years I have taught many subjects and grades 5-8. I strive to make learning fun and engaging, but also easy to understand and remember.
I have a lot of experience tutoring in after school and summer programs. I enjoy helping students conquer new things and take some of the stress out of homework, as well as learn good study habits.
I love math! I have been trained in Thinking Mathematically, and understand the balance needed between teaching "old style" while allowing students to explore math and think deeply, expectations of "common core" math. I'm certified in 408 math, but have a strong Algebra foundation. I have also tutored students in Geometry and Algebra II.
I am National Board Certified in English Language Arts (ELA). I have many years experience teaching ELA, and have a strong ability to help students understand the structure of writing, grammar, sentence structure, and organization. I have also taught reading strategies that have improved students' reading dramatically.
My schedule is busy with three teenage girls, but I have some room for you! Contact me to schedule a lesson before I'm booked up. Teaching is my second career, and I love it! I graduated with a degree in business and worked as an accountant for many years. When I began teaching, I assumed I would teach accounting or … Read more
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