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Westfield State University (English, Education)
Boston College (MEd)
I have been involved in programming such as “Literature, Gender, and Culture; a Cross-Cultural Conversation,” “Race in the English Classroom,” and I have worked one on one with students as a peer writing consultant at the Reading and Writing Center. I am also planning on continuing my training in education theories by attending Boston College’s masters in education program for Curriculum and Instruction in the Fall of 2016.
On top of my experience as an educator and scholar in the English field, I have worked at the Westfield State University Reading and Writing Center as a peer writing consultant for the past three years. This position allows me to work one on one with students at Westfield State for any writing or reading needs they have for a wide variety of coursework and assignments.
I am capable of tutoring students in the subjects of English, Grammar, Literature, Public Speaking, and Reading because I have been trained in working with these subjects through extensive coursework at Westfield State University. My training has taught me strategies that I can use to help students learn to help themselves. My style of tutoring teaches students strategies that they can apply to future assignments and future courses. In essence, my tutoring moves students from better assignments to better learners.
Please contact me through this website if you are interested in my assistance! Looking forward to hearing from you! I have been involved in programming such as “Literature, Gender, and Culture; a Cross-Cultural Conversation,” “Race in the English Classroom,” and I have worked
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