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Bentley College (now known as Bentley University)
Cambridge College (MEd)
I hold a master’s degree in ‘Education’ from Cambridge College and a bachelor’s degree in 'Business Management' from Bentley University (formerly Bentley College). In 2016, I acquired the Massachusetts educator license (SEI endorsed), that allows me to teach General Education 1-6.
After working for more than a decade in Boston area hospitals and higher institutions as a grants and contracts specialist, I made a decision to change my career. I wanted a career that was more meaningful. Thus, I decided to become an educator. Currently, I work for the Boston Public Schools in the capacity of a 'Paraprofessional.'
I can diagnose a child's knowledge gap and work from there. I put myself into a student's shoe and teach as I would like to be taught.
I'm familiar with the Common Core standards.
I have a wide range of knowledge and have worked in a different field before I became a teacher. This makes me an all-rounder and knowledgeable teacher. I like to engage students when I teach rather than just pour out instructions.
I would love to work with you and hopefully help you reach your goals in a meaningful and measurable way. I hold a master’s degree in ‘Education’ from Cambridge College and a bachelor’s degree in 'Business Management' from Bentley University (formerly Bentley College). In 2016, I acquired the Massachusetts educator license (SEI endorsed), that allows me to teach General Education 1-6.
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