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Adventist University of Central Africa (English 6-12)
B.S. Edcuation (Other)
I have a BS in Education from Adventist University of Central Africa. I am an English teacher for 7th and 8th grade. I have experience teaching in IB classrooms and well as internationally. I have also taught at the high school level in in person as well as on Florida Virtual School. When I'm not in the classroom, I enjoy traveling and getting to learn more about other cultures.
There are a few things that makes me a great tutor, I am honest, which helps to establish rapport and trust, the two most critical elements to a successful tutoring relationship. A am also flexible. This means being willing to adjust techniques and approaches to meet the learning styles of the student. Being patient is also a trait that I possess. What is obvious or easy for me may not be so for the student and I respect that in every way when working with students. I am a great listener and maintain a professional attitude at all times. As a tutor, my ultimate goal is to help the student become independent learners. The tutor-student relationship in my opinion, should be viewed as a partnership. I let students know that I am not there to work with them as a supplement for classroom instruction and individual study but to aid in their development. I have a BS in Education from Adventist University of Central Africa. I am an English teacher for 7th and 8th grade. I have experience teaching in IB classrooms and well as internationally. I have also taught at the high school level in in person as well as on Florida Virtual School. When
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