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California State University Los Angeles (Art History)
Harvard University (Master's)
I am a recent Harvard graduate newly relocated to the Los Angeles area. I have taught children both inside and outside the classroom for over 10 years. I have taught at the Los Angeles Unified School District and for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. I have had a love for teaching at an early age, and have been privately tutoring children and adults for over 20 years now. The best thing about tutoring is that I get to have one on one time with my student which enables me to fully encourage and support his/her learning ability, speed, and timing. I have experience teaching visual/spacial learners, logical, and physical learners.
I have a double Master's in Art History and in International Relations. Currently, I am studying for the foreign service exam, hopefully to become a diplomat one day. I am fluent in Armenian and speak some Russian, Spanish, and Portuguese. I am a passionate reader and I enjoy writing short children's stories on my time off. I am CPR and First Aid Certified.
I encourage you to contact me if you would like to know more about my teaching styles and to see if we would be a good fit. I am a recent Harvard graduate newly relocated to the Los Angeles area. I have taught children both inside and outside the classroom for over 10 years. I have taught at the Los Angeles Unified School District and for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. I have had a love for teaching at an early
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