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Slippery Rock University (Elementary Education)
Slippery Rock University (Master's)
Northern Illinois University (Master's)
I have 30 years of teaching experience at all grade levels from Kindergarten to Adults. I have taught Reading, Writing, and English as a Second Language to Newcomers to the United States and to International students and immigrants of all language proficiency levels. I have also tutored native English speakers in grammar, English and Reading. I will evaluate your skills and create an interesting and successful learning plan to meet your individual needs. I will often ask for your feedback and make any needed adaptations.
I have a Masters degree in teaching Reading and an English as a Second Language certification. I am a National Writing Project Fellow and have taught Writing to students of all ages and proficiency levels. I was a Teacher Consultant for the Great Valley Writing Project in San Joaquin Valley, California from 1998-2003. I was also a Teacher Trainer for Teaching Tolerance in Stockton Unified School District from 2000-2005. For the past eight years, I have been teaching English as a Second Language in K-12 schools. I will bring all this expertise to you and help you become a success!
Please contact me by email with your particular interests and needs. My hours are flexible and my fees are reasonable. I look forward to meeting with you and developing an individual learning plan for you. I have 30 years of teaching experience at all grade levels from Kindergarten to Adults. I have taught Reading, Writing, and … Read more
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