University of Florida (Sociology)
I graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelors of Arts in Sociology during the spring of 2011. I moved to the position of an EELP Assistant, also known as Pre-K. That EELP position gave me a better insight of what grade level I would want to work with. While working, I enrolled myself into The Education Preparation Institute (EPI) Program at Hillsborough Community College. I graduated from the program at the beginning of August 2014. I received my teacher certification for the state of Florida and begin my teaching career a few weeks after graduation.
I have two years of experience in teaching and my greatest joy is to see the growth/smile of a student being able to make progress. My experience as an ESE Teacher has given me a greater knowledge of how to attend to the needs of students and teach material at its simplest form. I enjoy tutoring because of the one on one instruction. It gives me a greater focus on that student and I am able to pinpoint exactly what they need. They will get the attention they need which will result in progress in a specific subject. I have mentored six students within the last school year (2015-2016). My sole purpose was to connect with those students and develop a relationship with them to keep them on top of their schooling.
I am available for tutoring Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm. I can travel to students or we can meet at the Library. I want the student to feel safe as well as comfortable in their environment. My rate is $50/hr. I look forward to hear from you so we can work together to achieve your goals and become more successful in your studies. I graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelors of Arts in Sociology during the spring of 2011. I moved to the position of an EELP Assistant, also known as Pre-K. That EELP position gave me a better insight of what grade level I would want to work with. While working, I
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