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Ouachita Baptist (Speech Pathology)
I am currently a graduate student in UCA's Speech Language Pathology program earning my masters. I love learning as well as teaching.
I have taught all subjects in first and second grade. I tutored the football team in undergrad and receive great joy from helping people learn. I have experience helping children with learning disabilities as well as without. I want to pass along my love of learning to help children become the best they can be!
I have experience teaching elementary children, as I am currently a Speech Language Pathology graduate student. I understand that each child is different and learns differently, and I tailor my teaching style to fit the unique needs of the unique student.
Phonics is essential. As an SLP grad student, I know how crucial phonics is as a foundation for lifelong learning, as well as how challenging it can be for students. I strive to make the process fun, so children can enjoy learning and the joy it brings.
I have classes, but will work around any schedule. I love to learn and hope to pass this on to those I tutor! I am currently a graduate student in UCA's Speech Language Pathology program earning my masters. I love learning as well as teaching.
I have taught all subjects in first and Read more
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