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West Chester University (Early Grades Prep)
My name is Laura E. and I am a graduate of West Chester University. I graduated in May 2013 with a bachelor's degree in Early Grades Preparation (Pre-k to 4th grade). I have been substitute teaching since September 2013 (kindergarten to 5th), gaining more experience in the elementary classroom. I have had the opportunity to observe and teach in a variety of classrooms during my college career, my semester student teaching in 4th grade, and my current job of substitute teaching. I feel that I am well-qualified to be a tutor; I am very passionate about teaching and I will go above and beyond for my students. My name is Laura E. and I am a graduate of West Chester University. I graduated in May 2013 with a bachelor's degree in Early Grades Preparation (Pre-k to 4th grade). I have been substitute teaching since September 2013 (… Read more
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I have a bachelor's degree in Early Grades Preparation (pre-k to 4th) from West Chester University. I have taught in many elementary classrooms during my college career and my current job of substitute teaching (kindergarten to 5th). I understand each student has a different learning style, which is essential to being a successful tutor. I work with my students to decide how they learn best and provide instruction in that way.