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University of Georgia (Human Development)
I graduated from the University of Georgia in 2010. While in college I worked as a tutor in an elementary school nearby.
I tutored in reading to help students have more practice with their reading readiness skills. I currently work as an assistant teacher in a Preschool classroom. Most of the students are 4-5 years of age. I love working with children.
My favorite part about teaching is working in small groups, groups of 2-3 or 4-6, to work on specific skills for each student. I love tutoring because when a student is struggling and gets the help that he or she needs, I see the progress and potential that they have to advance and grow and I love watching children grow!
I know the basics of Spanish. I'm half Guatemalan and Half Puerto Rican but born and raised in the U.S. so I am good with reading and writing skills but only speak somewhat fluently.
I excelled at all my English classes in High School and some in college. I absolutely love to write and I'm very particular about how I express myself in my writing. I keep a journal on a somewhat consistent basis. I loved spelling tests when I was kid. I'm really good with my spelling out words and love to learn new vocabulary words.
Schedule lessons with me! I'm sweet, fun, quirky and patient to work with. I graduated from the University of Georgia in 2010. While in college I worked as a tutor in an elementary school nearby.
I tutored in reading to help students have more practice with their reading readiness skills. I currently work as an assistant teacher in a … Read more
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