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My name is Deena and I am a preschool teacher with over 20 years of experience. I specialize in teaching young children and I know how to reach them on their level and work at their pace. I plan fun and meaningful activities that help children not only learn but gain confidence. My approach to teaching is unique and always remains positive. I believe in teaching the whole child and giving each child the tools they will need to become successful.
My name is Deena and I am a preschool teacher with over 20 years of experience. I specialize in teaching young children and I know how to reach them on their level and work at their pace. I plan fun and meaningful activities that help children not only learn but gain confidence. My
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I am currently a teacher in a TK program. I am currently tutoring children Pre-k - 2 and I love what I do. I have also completed Elementary Education coursework on the way to getting my Masters in Elementary Education.
I have been working with students on their writing for the past 20 years and feel comfortable using different techniques to help them improve their skills. For younger children, I will have them use a wet finger on a chalkboard and will have them make the letters so they can see it on the board before actually trying to write it on paper. For children that are slightly older, I will have them trace the dots.