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A catchy little saying no doubt but something I believe to be true. I am good with kids, and I can usually find a way for my students to grasp a concept that they have declared “too hard” or “boring”. My greatest reward is guiding them to that "AHA!" moment.
Much like a snowflake, no two students are alike so I am constantly trying new approaches and techniques. Sometimes I find that the student has become the teacher and I learn something new which I then put into practice. Dealing with different students from many ways of life and learning styles has given me the patience, knowledge and adequate experience to successfully teach and tutor students
I am currently working on my Washington State Certification and hope to go back to school this spring to get my degree in Special Education. I have been employed with the Clover Park School district as a Substitute teacher for 3 years. During that time I have worked with children in various age groups ranging from preschool to high school.
I have done a lot of work with students mostly (K-8). My experience ranges from elementary education, ELL, as well as dealing with various students with special needs in both FA&LS. I believe my special education background not only allows me to think outside of the box but to use non-traditional approaches in order to be successful.
If you are looking for an enthusiastic, professional, caring AND effective tutor then I am your girl! Please contact me if you have any questions. I look forward to working with you.
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Angie A catchy little saying no doubt but something I believe to be true. I am good with kids, and I can usually find a way for my students to grasp a concept that they have declared “too hard” or “boring”. My greatest reward is guiding them to that "AHA!" moment.
Much like a snowflake, no two students are alike so I am constantly trying new
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I have been a substitute teacher at Clover Park school district for 3 years. During that time I have worked with ELL students, those with special needs and in the Resource Room running various reading and math groups for both gifted and those just needing a little extra help. I specialize in reading, but I am comfortable in most subjects.