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University of Illlinois at Urbana-Champaign (Psychology)
Hello! My name is Mary and I'm a recent (May 2016) graduate of University of Illinois Urbana Champaign (B.S. Psychology) I'm competent in a variety of subjects, have passed the Illinois Paraprofessional Exam and I'm in the process of becoming certified through the Illinois State Board of Education to be a teaching assistant in area public schools. I'm planning on returning to UIUC in the near future to pursue a Masters in Special Education (Learning Behavioral Specialist I).
My main goal is to help you or your chid succeed in being the best student and individual possible. I get a lot of joy when I see children succeed! I have great communication and interpersonal skills and I feel like I can get along with just about about anybody. My best subjects are vocabulary, elementary education, reading, writing, English, psychology, and many more (I only failed my elementary math proficiency test because I was relying too much on mental math. However, I'm truly competent in the subject).
If you feel like I would be a good fit for you or your child, feel free to contact me. I will do my best to accommodate you.
Looking forward to potentially working with you!
Mary Hello! My name is Mary and I'm a recent (May 2016) graduate of University of Illinois Urbana Champaign (B.S. Psychology) I'm competent in a variety of subjects, have passed the Illinois Paraprofessional Exam and I'm in the process of becoming certified through the Illinois State Board
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