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Rutgers College (political science)
Grand Canyon University (Master's)
I am a teacher from New Jersey. I worked as a teacher for about seven years with students with a variety of disabilities. After that, I became an elementary teacher. I have taught at the fourth and second grade levels. I have been teaching for 17 years, and I have enjoyed working with young children and making a difference in their lives. I have a bachelors degree in political science and English and I earned a masters degree in reading instruction and curriculum. Last year, I worked with eleven students who were academically the lowest readers in second grade. By the end of the year, some of those students went up three reading levels and made tremendous progress. I would welcome the opportunity to personally work with your child and help them grow academically.
I took many workshops entitled Math for Understanding to help make math meaningful for students. I have had experience working with students who have reading problems.
I am eager to start working with you and can give you the help you need so you can flourish academically! Please contact me. I am a teacher from New Jersey. I worked as a teacher for about seven years with students with a variety of disabilities. After that, I became an elementary teacher. I have taught at the fourth and second grade levels. I have been teaching for 17 years, and I have enjoyed working
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