University of California Berkley (Fine Arts)
UC Extention at Berkley (EdD)
Barton Reading program (Other)
I am an experienced teacher and tutor with three credentials. Two of my credentials are for adult school and one is for community college. One of my adult school credentials is multi-subject and the other is a vocational credential for the handicapped. I went through a pre-internship credential program for a Resource Specialist Credential. I passed the CBEST exam in 1983 and the Multiple-subject CSET exams in 2009. I am certified in Barton Reading Program, which employs the Orton Gillingham method. I have had security clearances for my credentials recorded in Alameda County Office of Education, and for In Home Health Services of Alameda County.
I have taught students from preschool to adult school, including students with special needs. I have taught in public schools and in private institutions. The subjects I have taught include high school subjects, functional academics, life skills, art and parent education. I am substituting in K-12 and teaching ESL currently.
I worked with a seventh grade Resource Student last school year using the Orton Gillingham method. He received the award for "The Most Improved Student of the Year." I am consistent, dependable and committed to helping students achieve their best and build self-confidence.
I am an experienced teacher and tutor with three credentials. Two of my credentials are for adult school and one is for community college. One of my adult school credentials is multi-subject and the other is a vocational credential for the handicapped. I went through a pre-internship credential program for a Resource Specialist Credential. I
Anne has supported our daughter with reading and math. She has used different methods to engage her in learning and been flexible to work alongside her school projects, spelling, multiplication etc. She is extremely considerate and always brings useful and interesting things to each lesson.
Anne is Great!! She goes out of her way to help your child and is committed to helping them!
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I've had experience teaching students identified as ADD/ADHD in both academic and vocational settings. I have had extensive inservice training to work with students with developmental and emotional disabilities, and I have completed a pre-internship program for my fourth credential as a resource specialist. I have a vocational credential for the handicapped and a multi-subject adult education credential.
I was trained in the Barton tutoring program for people with dyslexia and related reading difficulties. It employs the Orton-Gillingham research and teaching methods. I successfully tutored a seventh grade student at a middle school last year. He won the award for 'the most improved student of the year.' He got A's on all the exams I prepared him for in his language arts class that used the Orton Gillingham method. On the last few tests he scored 100%! I have all six sets of lessons from the Barton tutoring program.
My multi-subject credential includes basic education. I have substituted in K-12 since 2007, including a long term assignment in a fifth grade class. I have passed the CBET and multi-subject CSET test.
I have three credentials. One is for special education. I have a lot of experience and training in learning disabilities. I am good at helping kids direct their energy.
I have taught ESL at all levels both in the San Francisco Bay Area and in Barcelona. I have also taught high school English and tutored college level English composition. I have three credentials.
I earned my teaching credentials and a degree in TESL at U.C. Berkeley. I have taught all ages, but most of my ESL experience has been with adults. I tutored ESL students while I was in college and when I was teaching in Barcelona. I actually work harder preparing lessons for tutoring English than for teaching English in order to design lessons that meet the individual needs of the student.
I have three credentials covering basic education and other subjects. I have passed the CBET and Multisubject CSET tests for K-12. I have a lot of experience teaching children the age of your two kids.I also have specialized in reading. I have been trained in the Barton Reading Program.
I have years of teaching study skills and test taking skills as a teacher and as a tutor. As a teacher, most of my need to teach study skills was teaching high school subjects in an Adult Education program. As a tutor, the greatest need to teach study skills has been tutoring special needs students in K-12. I am interested in all the new research on how the brain works, in particular how memory is stored and how recall works. I apply this to teaching.