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Hi my name is Kari and I have a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education. I have passed all tests required to be a certified teacher in the state of Illinois and right now I am just waiting for the process to finish (once applying it takes up to 10 weeks.) I just finished student teaching 3rd grade for 12 weeks and it helped confirm how much I love teaching children. Although I have a degree and the needed requirements to teach in my own classroom my husband and I have decided for me to stay home and homeschool our son. I have one very sweet little four year old who will begin preschool in the Fall. Being a mother has opened my eyes to the extra one-on-one attention children need to be successful in learning. I believe in encouraging students and finding a way to make the learning experience enjoyable. The best way a student can learn is to relate to the materials being taught.
I am looking for tutoring positions to help pay off my students loans while I homeschool my son. My hours are very flexible. Hi my name is Kari and I have a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education. I have passed all tests required to be a certified teacher in the state of Illinois and right now I am just waiting for the process to finish (once applying it takes up to 10 weeks.) I just
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