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College of Education, University of Florida (Elementary Education)
Hi! I'm a junior at the University of Florida pursuing my degree in Elementary Education. I have been working with kids in a variety of settings for 5 years. I've been a nanny, babysitter, group leader of 20 kindergarteners and a tutor. I have tutored at-risk middle school students one-on-one with MentorUF, helping students raise their grades from a D to a B+. I have also helped elementary students with reading, spelling, math and homework. I also have experience tutoring high school students for the SAT, working on the material that will be tested as well as helping them set up a long term study plan. I have a passion for children and education and love when I can combine the two. I love being able to inspire children to achieve more than they even thought they could and have fun doing it.
Elementary math was difficult for me when I was learning it, but the ProTeach program as well as tutoring the children I nannied for taught me better ways to explain concepts more logically, with games and visuals.
I have a dyslexic 7 year old brother that I have worked with on reading, using different methods tailored to the student's needs.
I have a passion for elementary education and love finding creative ways to make the material more understandable and enjoyable!
Please contact me if you're interested in setting up a tutoring session, I would love to help any child overcome whatever they may be struggling with academically! Hi! I'm a junior at the University of Florida pursuing my degree in Elementary Education. I have been working with kids in a variety of settings for 5 years. I've been a nanny, babysitter, group leader of 20 kindergarteners and a tutor. I have tutored at-risk
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