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Georgia Regents University (Augusta State University) (Social Work)
What can I say? I'm 22 years old. I'm a wife and a mother. I was in the Gifted Program in both middle school and high school. I am currently at Georgia Regents University - formerly known as Augusta State University - as a Social Work major. I graduate in May of 2013 and am planning to get my Master's degree in the Art of Teaching with an emphasis in Gifted Education. I believe in making our society a better place to live in and I believe that it starts with our children by giving with critical thinking and problem solving skills.
I try to make tutoring fun. I also like using the student's style of learning. If they are a very hands on type of learner, I may do a game, watch a video, or even offer to go to a museum. If they get more out of something by reading out loud, then I am willing to do that. Whatever the learning style, I will do my best to fit my tutoring style to the students.
I have tutored a fourth grader as well as a ninth grader before.
I have taught 5th and 6th graders for a Sunday School class. I also have experience with tutoring Pre-K and Kindergarten age children as well.
I also have a 6 month old. So I have worked with a variety of age groups. What can I say? I'm 22 years old. I'm a wife and a mother. I was in the Gifted Program in both middle school and high school. I am currently at Georgia Regents University - formerly known as Augusta State University - as a Social Work major. I graduate in May of 2013 and am planning to get
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