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University of South Florida (Professional Writing)
University of South Florida (Master's)
I am a high school English teacher with Orange County Public Schools looking to log some summer tutoring hours. I have taught in the public school system for 4 years, and have also done tutoring work through Huntington. If you are looking to prepare yourself for state and SAT/ACT testing, I have a variety of resources and strategies to help you this summer.
I am originally from New York, but most of my undergraduate and graduate work was done at USF. Florida is undergoing a lot of changes with the education system, and these changes will better prepare you for your post-secondary education so giving yourself every opportunity to adapt and prepare on your own is in your best interests. I look forward to hearing from any student who is ready to get a head start on preparing for college, or just trying to be more successful here and now.
I have had a passion for language - both reading and writing - since I was in high school. While teaching is my third career I always knew I'd end up here, and the experience I've gained along the way allows me to relate to and prepare my students for life after high school.
I am a high school English teacher with Orange County Public Schools looking to log some summer tutoring hours. I have taught in the public school system for 4 years, and have also done tutoring work through Huntington. If you are looking to prepare yourself for state and … Read more
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