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Hello. I am experienced and very student centered in my approach to tutoring. After receiving an MA in Education I taught computer courses in Bay Area high schools for 10 years, but was then moved to get my CELTA 6 years ago to teach and live overseas. I've taught 2 years in Vietnam and then 4 years in Mexico both privately and for language schools. I fell in love with teaching English as a foreign language to both children and adults - both beginner and advanced.
I am patient and take time to get to know my student's weaknesses and strengths to better assess how they learn best. I ask many questions to get the student to speak and discover their interests. From there we develop a plan so that we both know what to expect from the other.
I'd like to hear more about your personal learning objectives to see if I'm a good fit so I hope to hear from you. Hello. I am experienced and very student centered in my approach to tutoring. After receiving an MA in Education I taught computer courses in Bay Area high schools for 10 years, but was then moved to get my CELTA 6 years ago to teach and live overseas. I've taught 2 years in Vietnam and
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