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Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts (Other)
I'm a creative and engaging tutor with a background in the arts (I have a filmmaking background and a professional certificate in Digital Filmmaking from the Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts). I'm passionate about the humanities (having also collected my BA in Liberal Arts from Goddard College), and am a professional writer. I'm looking forward to tutoring you in Language Arts (including reading, literature, grammar, vocabulary and writing), History (especially European history), and other unique subjects such as Classical Mythology and Psychology.
I've taught creative writing workshops for kids and pride myself on connecting with students, creating a learning experience that lasts beyond class time. I'm also flexible and adaptable to your needs, deeply understanding of many personality types and willing to change my methods to suit the student's challenges.
Thanks for your interest! I look forward to hearing from you. Greetings, learners!
I'm a creative and engaging tutor with a background in the arts (I have a filmmaking background and a professional certificate in Digital Filmmaking from the Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts). I'm passionate about the humanities (having
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