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DePaul University (Business)
DePaul University (MEd)
I have a Master's in Education from DePaul University. I have five years tutoring children (k-12) in public schools in subjects areas such as reading and math. My strengths are being able to be receptive and empathetic to the needs of students and differentiate my instruction in a way students can relate to. The teaching style I use is completely dependent on the particular student being taught. I believe a personalized approach works best. I think tutoring is very rewarding in many different ways. I love to see students attaining academic success and growth, building and expanding their knowledge, and to developing as individuals.
During my school years, I used to be the type of student who struggled with subjects like history (too boring) but math was always easy for me. I also have earned a bachelor degree in business from the DePaul in 2010. This degree required me to complete several courses in algebra. Years later, I have the opportunity to work in a charter school with high school students and gain additional experience teaching algebra.
I am a native Spanish teacher and I have four years tutoring bilingual students (K-12) in reading and writing.
I have a Master's in Education from DePaul University. I have five years tutoring children (k-12) in public schools in subjects areas such as reading and math. My strengths are being able to be receptive and empathetic to the needs of
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