I use to work as an after school tutor for 3 1/2 years along with being asked to work in the special education department as an Inclusion Assistant. I worked as an Inclusion assistant for 2 years and was not able to continue working there do to after school tutoring priorities. Working there allowed me see various forms of teaching students how to solve problems as well as how they could advance their skills. Everyone has a different learning method and it is my aim to bring that out of the individual by using positive reinforcement as well as other techniques. I have also helped teach a class thanks to the help of a science teacher. She is a wonderful person that allowed me to see a different side of teaching students.
What I love most about tutoring would have to be seeing the expression on someones face once they understand the material. It makes me feel happy seeing how far someone has come and them realizing that they were able to accomplish their goals. Tutoring has taught me so much about working with others as well as seeing how instrumental it is for people to help one another. Not to mention coming up with fun and creative ways to teach students about the work they need help with. I know some people may have difficulties concentrating, which is why it is important to have a creative mind.
I have an English degree and have worked in an English middle school class. I have helped revise essays for my siblings as well as friends and classmates too.
I have a little over 3 years of experience with video production/filmmaking and editing. I have worked in classrooms to help produce an award show as well as working on audio, and directing a segment too. I have done videos for people as well such as a music video, business video, and most recently a Dorito's commercial. I do my own editing, filming, producing, lighting, green screen and writing.
I would like to thank you for taking the time to read my information and hope that I may help you with any work that you may have. It is important to remember that we all learn differently, so do not be afraid to contact me or anyone else that may be able to help you. I use to work as an after school tutor for 3 1/2 years along with being asked to work in the special education department as an Inclusion Assistant. I worked as an Inclusion assistant for 2 years and was not able to continue working there do to after school tutoring priorities. Working there allowed me see various forms of teaching students how to
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I have worked as an Inclusion Assistant (Special Education Assistant) for two years. I was assigned a group of students with ADD, ADHD as well as other IP's. I have letters of recommendations if needed.