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Brigham Young University - Idaho (English)
Hi! I'm originally from California and I went to school in BYU-I. I graduated with a degree in English in 2014, and after I graduated, I went to work for a publishing company. I quit in December 2015 to begin teaching for the Provo school district.
It's really important to me that people feel good about themselves, and when I tutor or teach people, I really enjoy watching people gain confidence in their abilities as they become more comfortable with the subject.
During college, I worked as a teacher's assistant and I loved working with my professor as well as the students. I taught class and helped them write their essays, and proofread papers and assignments.
I only work at school for under 30 hours a week, and my time should be pretty flexible as well, so it shouldn't be a problem to work out a good time to meet. Hi! I'm originally from California and I went to school in BYU-I. I graduated with a degree in English in 2014, and after I graduated, I went to work for a publishing company. I quit in December 2015 to begin teaching for the Provo school district.
It's really important to me
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I just spent the last school year at an elementary school in Utah. I worked as a teacher's assistant, and would pull out individual students or small groups from class to help them get caught up with the rest of their peers. I was mostly asked to focus on math and reading/writing, especially because of my students spoke English as their second language.