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Chattanooga State Technical Community College (Early Childhood Ed)
I was an assistant for five students at Chattanooga School for the Arts and Sciences with special needs in full inclusion and pull-out settings. I was trained on several reading intervention programs such as Wilson Reading, Fundations and Just Words. I worked closely with Hamilton Counties reading specialist to learn how to adapt reading programs and classroom materials for students with any reading problems. I ran my own summer tutoring for students at CSAS until 2012 when I decided to be a stay at home mom. Now my twins are a few years older and I am ready to step back into education. I love working with small groups or individuals. I am currently working with a group Pre-K group of three and would love to add a few more students. I will be homeschooling my son who is beginning Kindergarten this August and would love to have a group of kids his age for one to four subjects per day. I have time through the summer on Tuesdays for individuals and possibly other days if you prefer late evening or early morning.
I teach out of a house in Rossville, GA (parents must stay on premises) or I can meet individuals in a quiet public setting.
I do have a 24 hour cancellation policy but in times of illness or emergencies I will make exceptions. I was an assistant for five students at Chattanooga School for the Arts and Sciences with special needs in full inclusion and pull-out settings. I was trained on several reading intervention programs such as … Read more
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