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I have been a teacher my whole working career. I started working at 15 years old in a preschool. After High School I became a preschool teacher. After college 3 years later, I became the directory of an Infant through 2 grade private school. I wrote the curriculum and directed the school for 6 years. During that time I received my Prek-Grade 12 teaching license and not only taught but began private tutoring.
I can tutor English, English as a Second Language, Math, Science, History and many other areas, just ask. :)
I have a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education with a major in English. I have taken several seminars on tutoring K-12 students and Working with ESOL Students.
It isn't just about learning and studying for me...it's about making the students comfortable in their own environments and making the process of learning and practicing that learning FUN! I have been a teacher my whole working career. I started working at 15 years old in a preschool. After High School I became a preschool teacher. After college 3 years later, I became the directory of an Infant through 2 grade private school. I wrote the curriculum and directed the
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