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Illinois State University (Public Relations)
Roosevelt University (Master's)
I believe that every child should be given the opportunity to learn and should never be given up on. As a current graduate student for my master's in elementary education, I understand the difficulty of helping your child with their homework my be difficult due to the use of the Common Core. I am here to help! Though my academic experience, I have learned the way to teach Common Core; and therefore can help your child understand what is being taught in the classroom in a way in which they will understand and retain information better.
I can tutor in reading, writing, math, and science. I can also help with study practices and help your child reach a higher reading level with coaching and practice. In addition, I have a lengthy experience in acting and public relations and may also be of service with public speaking preparation and speech writing.
4 years working in the writing lab during my undergrad, various articles and stories published in online magazines and books. Classes in elementary English and literature; and strong background and education in child growth and development.
I look forward to hearing from you! Let's learn together! I believe that every child should be given the opportunity to learn and should never be given up on. As a current graduate student for my master's in elementary education, I understand the difficulty of helping your child with their homework my be difficult due to
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