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University of Wisconsin-Madison (Behavorial Science)
Harvard University (MEd)
I am a passionate and compassionate educator. I am currently a stay-at-home mother (which requires constant teaching!) who is energized to tackle a new role as a personal instructor. I have a Master's degree in Education from Harvard University, graduating from the Teaching and Curriculum program. I taught high school English for six years at a highly ranked Boston charter school at both the college preparatory and honors levels. All of my students earned a proficient or advanced rating on the MCAS and all were accepted to four-year colleges including Cornell, Colby, Bates, Smith, Providence College, Holy Cross and Northeastern University.
For the past two years I have tutored high school students in suburban public and private schools. I have primarily assisted students with writing assignments, both for English and history courses, but have also helped students on a short-term basis as they prepared to take the SAT or wrote college admissions essays.
I like to work with students on a long-term basis so that I can truly get to know each student's strengths, challenges and learning style and tailor my instruction to meet each student's individual needs and goals. I meet students where they are, but then guide them to master new skills through targeted instruction and practice.
I look forward to working with you! I am a passionate and compassionate educator. I am currently a stay-at-home mother (which requires constant teaching!) who is energized to tackle a new role as a personal instructor. I have a Master's degree in Education from Harvard University, graduating from the Teaching and Curriculum program. I taught high school … Read more
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