Keiser College (Business Administrat)
I started working as a paraprofessional/teacher assistant in 2006. I worked at an elementary school for a 1yr and a half with special needs (autism) grades pre-k - 5th grade. Also while working there I was a 2nd and 3rd grade teacher for extended day. I helped students with their homework and FCAT preparation. Then later I worked for the Head Start program, which teaches the ages 1 - 3. I worked there for 2 years in the 2 yr. old class. Now I currently work as a paraprofessional/teacher assistant with special needs (autism) at a middle/high school. I have been working here for a little over a year. So I have experience with all ages when it comes to learning. I love and enjoy assisting children with learning and achieving the academic goals set for them to meet. Assisting with the learning process has become a passion for me. Just seeing the smile or light in a child's eye when they start to do the work all on their own is a heartwarming feeling for me.
Over the years I have experienced tutoring different grade levels which include: elementary, middle, as well as high school age students. I have tutored those students in the following subjects: math, science, computer courses, and English. My goal is to assist students in achieving their academic goals. I like to make learning fun. For instance play games using the materials the student is learning in school. This in my opinion makes it easier for the student to grasp the material because they are enjoying themselves while learning. Overall I want each student I assist to be able to eventually work independently and have a successful classroom experience.
I hope you choose me and I will make every effort to meet the needs of your child. I want them to have the best learning experience possible. I started working as a paraprofessional/teacher assistant in 2006. I worked at an elementary school for a 1yr and a half with special needs (autism) grades pre-k - … Read more
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