California State University of San Bernardino (Communications)
Hello! My name is Maryrose and I have been working with students, primarily in a high school setting, who often struggle with their academic skills and most importantly, their communication barriers. I am originally from the Philippines and relocated to California when I was 5 years old. I grew up in the Coachella Valley and will be receiving my bachelors in communications from California State University of San Bernardino, this December of 2016. I plan to get my teaching credentials by the end of next year and I am very excited!
I started tutoring when I was in high school. As I entered college, I continued to tutor broadening my field by servicing students who have special needs, primarily autism, dyslexia, and learning disabilities. I currently work for the Coachella Valley Unified School District as a para-educator for special education English. Prior, to this field I worked as a behavioral therapist where I would help children with autism achieve communication skills for the ultimate goal of being able to express themselves fully and genuinely in a society that has judged them to be inadequate. I find true enjoyment when helping students/children/adults and it doesn't even have to be academic. By providing that bond and knowledge to those who struggle with their educational goals, I feel that this is my true calling and I would be happy to help anyone who is need.
I am attending California State University of San Bernardino with a focus in Public Relations, Communications. The primary goal of a communications major is to read, write, speak, and educate people in appropriate ways that is conducive to the manner(s) of an individual. I have been taught to express myself that is simple, straight to the point, yet kind and constructive.
From 2005 to 2010 I worked with a Special Education Career Transition specialist in preparing children with disabilities to understand the dynamic of the work field. From 2010 to 2015, I worked as a behavioral therapist, primarily with children who have autism, amongst other disabilities, in working with their communication skills, such as speaking, conversing, and by simply helping them to apply skills that will allow them to be successful in life. From 2015 to now, I am a para-educator for the Coachella Valley Unified School District as I work with a special education teacher (English) 9-10th grade. I have been exposed to many types of special needs children and especially with students who have maladaptive behaviors. I work with parents in a way that can help them apply the teachings I have learned in an effort to provide a safe and fun environment for their children.
I am very flexible with my schedule. I am technologically savy as I know my way around a laptop, iPad, and PC. The most important thing that people should know about me is that, I love what I do. For over 12 years I have worked with students/adults who are constantly frustrated with school. I know what it is like to feel completely down, as if I am the dumbest person in the world. I have been there and I got out. I want to share what I have learned so that I may help YOU understand whatever it is that you need help with. Contact me anytime if you want to get to know a little more about me and what I do specifically. Thank you. Hello! My name is Maryrose and I have been working with students, primarily in a high school setting, who often struggle with their academic skills and most importantly, their communication barriers. I am originally from the Philippines and relocated to California when I was 5 years old. I grew up in the Coachella Valley and will be receiving my
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