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BA at California State University Northridge (B.A. in Liberal Stud)
I have been teaching at the elementary school level for 15 years. For the past two years, I have had the wonderful opportunity to work as a substitute for all grade levels from preschool to high school. During this time I was able to work twice a week as an AVID tutor at the middle school level. This allowed me to assist struggling students in a variety of content areas and was great to see the success each student made that I worked with.
I have been working with students at the middle school and elementary school level. Most of the students I have been working with have needed assistance at or just above the Algebra level. I have also taught students at the middle school level in general math as well as Algebra.
Not only have I been teaching English at the elementary school level, my concentration during my undergraduate program in college was in writing. I have also been trained in using many of the reading programs used in the elementary classrooms today.
If you're having any trouble at all in any of your classes at the middle school or elementary school level, I will be able to assist you. Contact me and I'll help you through it. I have been teaching at the elementary school level for 15 years. For the past two years, I have had the wonderful opportunity to work as a substitute for all grade levels from preschool to high school. During this time I was able to work twice a week as an … Read more
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