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SUNY Cortland (Social Studies BA)
I am experienced in teaching all types of students, and can quickly identify skill deficits, and work to address them. I have developed my own curriculum to teach research and essay writing skills, that benefit students struggling to complete research papers or write essays. This essential skill is critical for academic success. As a former AP and IB certified teacher I can assist students participating in extremely challenging courses. I am both a parent and grandparent. I enjoy working with students to instill a lifelong love of learning.
I have been a voracious reader my entire life. Reading gives you a feel for language and sentence structure and provides a foundation for writing. As a Social Studies teacher and historian I am able to compile and analyze research. As a former AVID instructor I have had the professional development that identifies and supports literacy strategies.
Developing writing skills will ensure greater academic success. I can provide my students with methods that will build their confidence. I can ensure that each student will submit completed assignments that reflect their knowledge and understanding of the assigned topic. I am experienced in teaching all types of students, and can quickly identify skill deficits, and work to address them. I have developed my own curriculum to teach research and essay writing skills, that benefit students struggling to
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