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Metropolitan State College of Denver, (eleementary educatio)
I love to make learning fun. I have a passion for teaching and watching children grow. I got my teaching license in 2009. In 2010 I taught English in South Korea for 10 months. For the past 2 years I have been a substitute teacher in the Cherry Creek School District. I January I became a reading teacher, so I was working with struggling readers and working with young students on their phonics. I thoroughly enjoy every minute that I get to help a child learn!
To me, I think tutoring is a lot of fun and very rewarding. I like to see students reach their goals and even surpass them. I recently helped a student that was struggling with some math concepts. When I sat down with them and taught them some fun strategies and guided them step by step, they were smiling at the end of it! that, to me, is like gold. It is truly what I work towards with each of my students.
I am a licensed Elementary School Teacher. I love every minute that I am teaching and learning!
I have a lot of experience with letters and sounds. I have a lot of fun strategies and love the joy I see when kids realize that they are reading! I can assist in reading fluency as well as comprehension.
I am very hard-working, reliable, fun to be around, and love my job. I want to see your child succeed! I love to make learning fun. I have a passion for teaching and watching children grow. I got my teaching license in 2009. In 2010 I taught English in South Korea for 10 months. For the past 2 years I have been a substitute teacher in the Cherry Creek School District. I January I became a … Read more
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