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Earlham College (Political Science)
University of Denver (Enrolled)
Hello! My name is Dylan and I am currently enrolled at the University of Denver for secondary education and am student teaching 8th grade social studies. I also have a bachelor's degree in Political Science. Last year I taught at an English as a second language academy in Chicago and have tutored multiple students.
I think it's very important for students who want some one on one help, want to review material, or need to study for a test to get the attention they need. I've seen the difference a tutor can make in a students academic success and in many cases it is night and day. With a tutors help, homework that seemed daunting and nearly impossible can be completed and understood and classes that were dreaded nightmares can become a breeze with a little extra help and encouragement.
I specialize in teaching social studies (world and American history, politics, government, civics), reading and writing, and English. These subjects are not only what I am getting my teachers licensure in, but are also my academic passions. My bachelor's degree is in Politics, and I have loved history and reading/writing since I was very young. I hope to pass on those passions to any students I have.
My teaching style revolves around treating my students with respect and setting high expectations for them. I am a fun guy, and while I think having a good relationship with the student is important, academics is the priority.
Thank you for reading through this and I hope you will consider me as a private tutor.
Hello! My name is Dylan and I am currently enrolled at the University of Denver for secondary education and am student teaching 8th grade social studies. I also have a bachelor's degree in Political
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