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univ. north florida (BAE)
Univ. Central Florida (MEd)
You found me! Lucky you. I have been teaching for 31 years and tutoring for over 15 years. My favorite area to teach is language arts - all areas, especially phonics (yes, I know phonics because we were actually taught that in school), grammar, spelling and vocabulary. I am proficient in helping all ages get organized with their classes (what's due when, what do you do first, prioritizing, making calendars for quick glances, how to get school information organized at home). I also teach fine art and arts and crafts. I am reading endorsed and can help with preparing for testing and how to study for any class. I have experience on my side - actually did my master's thesis on a typewriter. Smile. I was also a principal for an alternative school so I know how to and can handle any type of student with loving care. I am familiar with most of the surrounding county policies as I have worked in Sarasota, Manatee and Hillsborough Counties. I believe all students can learn. I'm silly but firm and love to teach and also learn from my students. I learn something new everyday from them. My main goal for all my students is to help them learn how to solve their own challenges. I am only the guide. My degrees are 1) BA - Art History, 2) BAE - Art Education and 3) M.Ed - Educational Leadership.
You found me! Lucky you. I have been teaching for 31 years and tutoring for over 15 years. My favorite area to teach is language arts - all areas, especially phonics (yes, I know phonics because we were actually taught that in
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