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B.A. from California State University Long Beach (Sociology)
California State University Long Beach (CSULB) (Master's)
I am currently a second grade teacher. I have been teaching for 7 years and love what I do. I am a strong believer that all students are capable if given a chance and someone who can help them overcome challenges.
Tutoring is a great chance for students to understand a subject that may seem like something they will never grasp. I like tutoring to be a different experience than the classroom. I believe it should be enjoyable, relaxed, and fun. If a student is willing to learn and spend the time then their effort will yield positive results.
I am passionate about reading and bringing it to life. Reading contains all the possible knowledges of grammar, spelling, vocabulary in a fun and entertaining package.
The common core knowledges are everything a student should know. There are proven ways to teach subjects in order to maximize the ways students grasp the concepts.
My incredible patience allows me to get students through their frustrations. I am creative and have multiple ways to practice spelling and other elementary subjects.
I am understanding and warm. Students can feel and work comfortably with me instantly. I am rewarded when students grow and become proud of themselves. Together we can make big things happen! I am currently a second grade teacher. I have been teaching for 7 years and love what I do. I am a strong believer that all students are capable if given a chance and someone who can help them overcome challenges.
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