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Erin M.

Joy of Learning

Joy of Learning

$45/hour

  • 2,995 hours tutoring

  • College Park, MD 20740

About Erin


Bio

Hello! I am an experienced, certified teacher. I have tutored students from preschool to high school. I have taught kindergarten, second, third, and fourth grade as a classroom teacher. I also was a reading and math specialist for a variety of grades and ability levels. I have a Master's Degree in Reading. I have experience working with students with special needs and ELL students. This summer I taught math and science to students in grades first through third at an academic camp.

I am a...

Hello! I am an experienced, certified teacher. I have tutored students from preschool to high school. I have taught kindergarten, second, third, and fourth grade as a classroom teacher. I also was a reading and math specialist for a variety of grades and ability levels. I have a Master's Degree in Reading. I have experience working with students with special needs and ELL students. This summer I taught math and science to students in grades first through third at an academic camp.

I am a patient teacher who likes to find ways to help make learning easier and fun for my students. I love to see children's eyes light up when they fully understand the material they are studying. I am available to teach reading,English, French, study skills, writing, elementary tutoring, vocabulary, language, math,science, and Praxis prep. I try to be flexible with all my clients and potential clients. I worked part-time at a school in Montgomery County. I also work at another tutoring center called Certified Learning Centers in Silver Spring. Through CLC, I also teach a study skills course to high school students at Laurel High School and High Point High school during the year. I also have tutored adults in preparing for Praxis exams, GRE, and exams at the high school and college level. I have helped college students with their papers. I have worked with ESL students in the classroom and through tutoring.


Education

Frostburg State University
Elem Education
Walden University-Reading and Literacy k-6
Masters

Policies

  • Tutor’s lessons: In-person
  • Hourly Rate: $45
  • Travel policy: Within 20 miles of College Park, MD 20740
  • Lesson cancellation: 5 hours notice required
  • Background check passed on 6/5/2019

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Subjects

Business

GRE,

GRE

I wanted to pursue my master's degree in reading and literacy, so I got my master's degree online. I am constantly reading current articles on education practices. I have prepared many college and working professionals for exams, such as GRE's, Praxis 1 and 2. I also have helped ELL students prepare for the English Proficiency Test.
Microsoft Word

Computer

Microsoft Word

Corporate Training

ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

I have taught at schools that have a huge ESOL/ESL population. They come from other countries, where they speak Spanish, Portuguese, French, Farsi, or Hebrew. I have taken courses from Walden in my master's program for teaching ELL students. Most of my teaching career so far, I have had several ELL students in my class. I have knowledge how to help these students understand material.
Grammar,

Grammar

I believe it is very important to be able to speak and write effectively in English. I have worked with students especially with improving their writing. I also have showed them strategies for getting their ideas on paper. I also have showed them how to spell check their work before presenting a paper to their teacher. I have a large number of practice for grammar and English in my files.
Microsoft Word

Elementary Education

Elementary (K-6th),

Elementary (K-6th)

I am certified in Elementary and Early Childhood. I am certified to teach early childhood to middle school. I have taught preschool, kindergarten, second and third grade. I got my master's degree in reading and literacy k-6.
Elementary Science,

Elementary Science

Science is very interesting to children. I have many resources in the area of science. I have helped elementary and middle school students prepare for tests in the area of science. Some of the topics have been about natural disasters,magnets,earth science,matter,life cycles,and human body. I have provided study guides for students in the area of science. Science books are usually written at least a grade level above the grade the student is currently in. This makes it difficult to comprehend as well as to understanding the vocabulary in the text.
Grammar,

Grammar

I believe it is very important to be able to speak and write effectively in English. I have worked with students especially with improving their writing. I also have showed them strategies for getting their ideas on paper. I also have showed them how to spell check their work before presenting a paper to their teacher. I have a large number of practice for grammar and English in my files.
Phonics,

Phonics

I have taught phonics to kindergarten students for several years. I also have worked with older students who need help in reading words. Some of them were not aware of how to pronounce words. Like they need to know ph makes the f sound. Knowing your sounds can help you spell words. Not all words are spelled phonetically. Some have exceptions. Students need to hear a sound and try to tell a word that begins with that word. Or ask them what ending sound do you hear in read. You hear the d sound. Some letters can sometimes make the same sound. This is something that students need to learn. Like c or k. What letter does can begin with? c. Some students may have difficulty saying some letter sounds when they are younger. They can overcome this through extensive practice and time.I have made phonics games for my students to play to help them with developing phoneme awareness.
Spelling,

Spelling

When I was a student, I looked for patterns in my spelling words and practiced writing them. I even did well when I took French and was able to recall the correct spelling. I have created spelling activities for primary students to help them prepare for their weekly spelling tests at school. I also recommend a book that I got through my Master's degree in reading and literacy.It is called Phonics Systemic Squential Phonics We Use. It is great for teachers to do activities with their students using letter tiles and letter trays to create words.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

As a student, I have used many learning strategies to help me be successful on tests. I also am familiar with using mnemonic devices in order to remember important information. Students can learn important acroymns by remembering what each letter means. There are many study skills students can use. I have taken a course this past Spring on learning strategies to help students at Walden University for my Master's degree in reading and literacy k-6. SQ3R is helpful when you are reviewing a chapter in a social studies book. I have used creative ways in remembering a list of words. I have created a silly sentence or one that is easy to remember starting with the first letter of the list of words. Making outlines can help some students on studying for certain subjects.
Vocabulary

Vocabulary

Having a well-established vocabulary is very important in communicating by speaking and writing. I like to incorporate vocabulary with students from their novels they are reading or select vocabulary words for their grade level. They are often tested on their vocabulary from state assessments.Studies show that students that read regularly, develop their vocabulary skills. I have my students look up vocabulary words and define them. Some of them keep them on index cards or an area of their binder, which has the vocabulary words he or she looked up. I also indicate what part of speech the word is and the page number I found it. I also use a variety of good websites for English, vocabulary,writing,and grammar. I have English workbooks I use with students. Vocabulary development is essential for students in communicating with professionally and writing effectively.

English

English,

English

I have followed novels with students. Most of them been novels they had to read at school, such as, classics like Romeo and Juliet, The Crucible, To Kill a Mockingbird and books by Gary Paulsen. I like to do an oral reading on a regular basis. I indicate whether they deleted a word, substituted another word, or repeated a word. I pull important vocabulary from the text with the student. I also bring questions from the text. I love to read a variety of genres. Some books I would have never picked up, if it wasn't that a student was reading it and needed help. I read some classics in high school. I loved English Literature. I try to see what types of books they like to read and what their interests may be.I also have introduced them to new authors or genres, which they end up liking. Some have wanted to continue reading books by that author.
ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

I have taught at schools that have a huge ESOL/ESL population. They come from other countries, where they speak Spanish, Portuguese, French, Farsi, or Hebrew. I have taken courses from Walden in my master's program for teaching ELL students. Most of my teaching career so far, I have had several ELL students in my class. I have knowledge how to help these students understand material.
Grammar,

Grammar

I believe it is very important to be able to speak and write effectively in English. I have worked with students especially with improving their writing. I also have showed them strategies for getting their ideas on paper. I also have showed them how to spell check their work before presenting a paper to their teacher. I have a large number of practice for grammar and English in my files.
Literature,

Literature

I have always enjoyed reading a variety of book genres. I have read a variety of different book genres when a student needs help with understanding a novel. I read a variety of books as a child, too. I have a large collection of novels from my classroom library. I go to the library once or twice a week to get books appropriate for the students I teach or tutor. Some of the books I have helped students understand and pull vocabulary from have been books by Gary Paulsen, classics like, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Crucible, Of Mice and Men, realistic fiction (Judy Blume books), history, and biographies. Sometimes, it helps students to write notes or orally tell what the chapter he or she is reading is about. I have always loved introducing my students to a variety of books and watching them get into books. Research shows that students who have read at least 5 books during the summer improve their skills in writing and reading.
Spelling,

Spelling

When I was a student, I looked for patterns in my spelling words and practiced writing them. I even did well when I took French and was able to recall the correct spelling. I have created spelling activities for primary students to help them prepare for their weekly spelling tests at school. I also recommend a book that I got through my Master's degree in reading and literacy.It is called Phonics Systemic Squential Phonics We Use. It is great for teachers to do activities with their students using letter tiles and letter trays to create words.
TOEFL,

TOEFL

I have taught many ELL students in schools as a teacher. I also have tutored many students both children and adults in English, grammar, vocabulary, writing, and test prep.I have met with some adults who needed to prepare for an English proficiency test. Some need to take it to further their career. I bring useful resources with me when I meet my clients.
Vocabulary

Vocabulary

Having a well-established vocabulary is very important in communicating by speaking and writing. I like to incorporate vocabulary with students from their novels they are reading or select vocabulary words for their grade level. They are often tested on their vocabulary from state assessments.Studies show that students that read regularly, develop their vocabulary skills. I have my students look up vocabulary words and define them. Some of them keep them on index cards or an area of their binder, which has the vocabulary words he or she looked up. I also indicate what part of speech the word is and the page number I found it. I also use a variety of good websites for English, vocabulary,writing,and grammar. I have English workbooks I use with students. Vocabulary development is essential for students in communicating with professionally and writing effectively.

Homeschool

Biology,

Biology

I have tutored many students in science in middle and high school sciences. I have recently helped college students with their biology, anatomy and physiology exams. I also have some science resources that I give to students to help them understand the science concepts better. I teach students how to read and understand the content by using some study strategies. I also have taught them how to take good notes. Some students may find it helpful to use note-cards, too. I have taken several science courses in high school and in college. Some of them have been Astronomy, Biology, Oceanography, Chemistry, and Anatomy and Physiology.
Elementary (K-6th),

Elementary (K-6th)

I am certified in Elementary and Early Childhood. I am certified to teach early childhood to middle school. I have taught preschool, kindergarten, second and third grade. I got my master's degree in reading and literacy k-6.
English,

English

I have followed novels with students. Most of them been novels they had to read at school, such as, classics like Romeo and Juliet, The Crucible, To Kill a Mockingbird and books by Gary Paulsen. I like to do an oral reading on a regular basis. I indicate whether they deleted a word, substituted another word, or repeated a word. I pull important vocabulary from the text with the student. I also bring questions from the text. I love to read a variety of genres. Some books I would have never picked up, if it wasn't that a student was reading it and needed help. I read some classics in high school. I loved English Literature. I try to see what types of books they like to read and what their interests may be.I also have introduced them to new authors or genres, which they end up liking. Some have wanted to continue reading books by that author.
ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

I have taught at schools that have a huge ESOL/ESL population. They come from other countries, where they speak Spanish, Portuguese, French, Farsi, or Hebrew. I have taken courses from Walden in my master's program for teaching ELL students. Most of my teaching career so far, I have had several ELL students in my class. I have knowledge how to help these students understand material.
Spelling,

Spelling

When I was a student, I looked for patterns in my spelling words and practiced writing them. I even did well when I took French and was able to recall the correct spelling. I have created spelling activities for primary students to help them prepare for their weekly spelling tests at school. I also recommend a book that I got through my Master's degree in reading and literacy.It is called Phonics Systemic Squential Phonics We Use. It is great for teachers to do activities with their students using letter tiles and letter trays to create words.
Study Skills

Study Skills

As a student, I have used many learning strategies to help me be successful on tests. I also am familiar with using mnemonic devices in order to remember important information. Students can learn important acroymns by remembering what each letter means. There are many study skills students can use. I have taken a course this past Spring on learning strategies to help students at Walden University for my Master's degree in reading and literacy k-6. SQ3R is helpful when you are reviewing a chapter in a social studies book. I have used creative ways in remembering a list of words. I have created a silly sentence or one that is easy to remember starting with the first letter of the list of words. Making outlines can help some students on studying for certain subjects.

Language

ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

I have taught at schools that have a huge ESOL/ESL population. They come from other countries, where they speak Spanish, Portuguese, French, Farsi, or Hebrew. I have taken courses from Walden in my master's program for teaching ELL students. Most of my teaching career so far, I have had several ELL students in my class. I have knowledge how to help these students understand material.
TOEFL

TOEFL

I have taught many ELL students in schools as a teacher. I also have tutored many students both children and adults in English, grammar, vocabulary, writing, and test prep.I have met with some adults who needed to prepare for an English proficiency test. Some need to take it to further their career. I bring useful resources with me when I meet my clients.

Most Popular

Biology,

Biology

I have tutored many students in science in middle and high school sciences. I have recently helped college students with their biology, anatomy and physiology exams. I also have some science resources that I give to students to help them understand the science concepts better. I teach students how to read and understand the content by using some study strategies. I also have taught them how to take good notes. Some students may find it helpful to use note-cards, too. I have taken several science courses in high school and in college. Some of them have been Astronomy, Biology, Oceanography, Chemistry, and Anatomy and Physiology.
Elementary (K-6th),

Elementary (K-6th)

I am certified in Elementary and Early Childhood. I am certified to teach early childhood to middle school. I have taught preschool, kindergarten, second and third grade. I got my master's degree in reading and literacy k-6.
English,

English

I have followed novels with students. Most of them been novels they had to read at school, such as, classics like Romeo and Juliet, The Crucible, To Kill a Mockingbird and books by Gary Paulsen. I like to do an oral reading on a regular basis. I indicate whether they deleted a word, substituted another word, or repeated a word. I pull important vocabulary from the text with the student. I also bring questions from the text. I love to read a variety of genres. Some books I would have never picked up, if it wasn't that a student was reading it and needed help. I read some classics in high school. I loved English Literature. I try to see what types of books they like to read and what their interests may be.I also have introduced them to new authors or genres, which they end up liking. Some have wanted to continue reading books by that author.
ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

I have taught at schools that have a huge ESOL/ESL population. They come from other countries, where they speak Spanish, Portuguese, French, Farsi, or Hebrew. I have taken courses from Walden in my master's program for teaching ELL students. Most of my teaching career so far, I have had several ELL students in my class. I have knowledge how to help these students understand material.
Study Skills

Study Skills

As a student, I have used many learning strategies to help me be successful on tests. I also am familiar with using mnemonic devices in order to remember important information. Students can learn important acroymns by remembering what each letter means. There are many study skills students can use. I have taken a course this past Spring on learning strategies to help students at Walden University for my Master's degree in reading and literacy k-6. SQ3R is helpful when you are reviewing a chapter in a social studies book. I have used creative ways in remembering a list of words. I have created a silly sentence or one that is easy to remember starting with the first letter of the list of words. Making outlines can help some students on studying for certain subjects.

Other

College Counseling,

College Counseling

I have taken an intro to counseling near the end of my schooling. I am very easy to talk with and have had friends come to me for advice. I also can offer advice for those who are having a difficult time adjusting to their hectic schedule in college. I have a knowledge of many ways to study in college.
ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

I have taught at schools that have a huge ESOL/ESL population. They come from other countries, where they speak Spanish, Portuguese, French, Farsi, or Hebrew. I have taken courses from Walden in my master's program for teaching ELL students. Most of my teaching career so far, I have had several ELL students in my class. I have knowledge how to help these students understand material.
Study Skills

Study Skills

As a student, I have used many learning strategies to help me be successful on tests. I also am familiar with using mnemonic devices in order to remember important information. Students can learn important acroymns by remembering what each letter means. There are many study skills students can use. I have taken a course this past Spring on learning strategies to help students at Walden University for my Master's degree in reading and literacy k-6. SQ3R is helpful when you are reviewing a chapter in a social studies book. I have used creative ways in remembering a list of words. I have created a silly sentence or one that is easy to remember starting with the first letter of the list of words. Making outlines can help some students on studying for certain subjects.

Science

Anatomy,

Anatomy

I have taken a variety of different sciences in high school and college. I took an Anatomy and Physiology course, which was very interesting to me. I also learned about the different body systems and identified the different parts of the body. I have some workbooks, books, and activities on the human body. I have helped some high school and college students prepare for tests in this area.
Biology,

Biology

I have tutored many students in science in middle and high school sciences. I have recently helped college students with their biology, anatomy and physiology exams. I also have some science resources that I give to students to help them understand the science concepts better. I teach students how to read and understand the content by using some study strategies. I also have taught them how to take good notes. Some students may find it helpful to use note-cards, too. I have taken several science courses in high school and in college. Some of them have been Astronomy, Biology, Oceanography, Chemistry, and Anatomy and Physiology.
Nutrition,

Nutrition

I am qualified in tutoring in nutrition. I took an Aerobics and Weight Control class in college. We had a book about the importance of nutrition, having a healthy diet, exercise, and about weight control. I have books, workbooks, and activities on nutrition, exercise, and weight control. I was always very conscious about what I ate. I became very familiar with the caloric intake of foods I ate.
Psychology

Psychology

Psychology was always one of my favorite subjects in high school and college. Being an education major, I took several psychology classes related to education. Some of them were: General Psychology, Social Psychology, Child Psychology, Adolescence and Adulthood, and Educational Psychology. In the past, I have helped college students prepare for their final and write a paper on a famous psychologist.

Special Needs

ADHD,

ADHD

I have taught many students as a teacher who had one or the other. I also have clients that have ADHD. I took college and graduate college on this. I use strategies designed to help students with either ADD or ADHD.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD),

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

I have taught students with different degrees of autism. I also tutor a couple of students with some degree of autism. Some students with autism that I have worked with, need a lot of practice understanding important concepts in reading and math. Some can be extremely intelligent in a certain area, such as, math. You need to give them positive support and acknowledge their achievements.I have used manipulatives to help students with autism. I also have given their parents names of wonderful websites to help them with reading.
Dyslexia,

Dyslexia

I have learned about this disorder in courses I have taken. I have known a few people with dyslexia. It is hard for them to read and understand what they read. Some letters of a word may look different to them. They have to go back many times to get through a passage of reading. There can be ways to help students with this disorder. Some students are read passages aloud during testing accommodations. This helps them and keeps them from getting frustrated.
Phonics,

Phonics

I have taught phonics to kindergarten students for several years. I also have worked with older students who need help in reading words. Some of them were not aware of how to pronounce words. Like they need to know ph makes the f sound. Knowing your sounds can help you spell words. Not all words are spelled phonetically. Some have exceptions. Students need to hear a sound and try to tell a word that begins with that word. Or ask them what ending sound do you hear in read. You hear the d sound. Some letters can sometimes make the same sound. This is something that students need to learn. Like c or k. What letter does can begin with? c. Some students may have difficulty saying some letter sounds when they are younger. They can overcome this through extensive practice and time.I have made phonics games for my students to play to help them with developing phoneme awareness.
Special Needs,

Special Needs

I have taken a few courses on special education. This past Spring I took a graduate course on working with students with special needs. I have learned about a variety of disabilities and the characteristics of them. I have had students who have been diagnosed with ADHD, ADD, Asperger's Syndrome, Speech impaired,and hearing impaired. I also have had experience with nonverbal students.
Study Skills

Study Skills

As a student, I have used many learning strategies to help me be successful on tests. I also am familiar with using mnemonic devices in order to remember important information. Students can learn important acroymns by remembering what each letter means. There are many study skills students can use. I have taken a course this past Spring on learning strategies to help students at Walden University for my Master's degree in reading and literacy k-6. SQ3R is helpful when you are reviewing a chapter in a social studies book. I have used creative ways in remembering a list of words. I have created a silly sentence or one that is easy to remember starting with the first letter of the list of words. Making outlines can help some students on studying for certain subjects.

Sports/Recreation

Nutrition

Nutrition

I am qualified in tutoring in nutrition. I took an Aerobics and Weight Control class in college. We had a book about the importance of nutrition, having a healthy diet, exercise, and about weight control. I have books, workbooks, and activities on nutrition, exercise, and weight control. I was always very conscious about what I ate. I became very familiar with the caloric intake of foods I ate.

Summer

Biology,

Biology

I have tutored many students in science in middle and high school sciences. I have recently helped college students with their biology, anatomy and physiology exams. I also have some science resources that I give to students to help them understand the science concepts better. I teach students how to read and understand the content by using some study strategies. I also have taught them how to take good notes. Some students may find it helpful to use note-cards, too. I have taken several science courses in high school and in college. Some of them have been Astronomy, Biology, Oceanography, Chemistry, and Anatomy and Physiology.
Elementary (K-6th),

Elementary (K-6th)

I am certified in Elementary and Early Childhood. I am certified to teach early childhood to middle school. I have taught preschool, kindergarten, second and third grade. I got my master's degree in reading and literacy k-6.
ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

I have taught at schools that have a huge ESOL/ESL population. They come from other countries, where they speak Spanish, Portuguese, French, Farsi, or Hebrew. I have taken courses from Walden in my master's program for teaching ELL students. Most of my teaching career so far, I have had several ELL students in my class. I have knowledge how to help these students understand material.
Study Skills

Study Skills

As a student, I have used many learning strategies to help me be successful on tests. I also am familiar with using mnemonic devices in order to remember important information. Students can learn important acroymns by remembering what each letter means. There are many study skills students can use. I have taken a course this past Spring on learning strategies to help students at Walden University for my Master's degree in reading and literacy k-6. SQ3R is helpful when you are reviewing a chapter in a social studies book. I have used creative ways in remembering a list of words. I have created a silly sentence or one that is easy to remember starting with the first letter of the list of words. Making outlines can help some students on studying for certain subjects.

Test Preparation

College Counseling,

College Counseling

I have taken an intro to counseling near the end of my schooling. I am very easy to talk with and have had friends come to me for advice. I also can offer advice for those who are having a difficult time adjusting to their hectic schedule in college. I have a knowledge of many ways to study in college.
GRE,

GRE

I wanted to pursue my master's degree in reading and literacy, so I got my master's degree online. I am constantly reading current articles on education practices. I have prepared many college and working professionals for exams, such as GRE's, Praxis 1 and 2. I also have helped ELL students prepare for the English Proficiency Test.
ISEE,

ISEE

I have worked with middle school in English, study skills, grammar, reading, writing, and language usage. I have prepped a few students already for the ISEE this past school year. I am familiar about what they need to know for this test. I have gotten resources to help my students that had to prepare for this exam.
Praxis,

Praxis

I took the Praxis tests to become an elementary teacher. There were three tests and then I had to take Elementary education test along with it. I have bought a Praxis study book to help me get a better idea what I will be tested on. I passed all areas.
SSAT,

SSAT

I have prepped students taking the SSAT assessment along with other major tests that students need to take. I have a lot of sources, books, workbooks, and activities to get them prepared for their test and feel confident while taking this test. Students need to know that they need to give themselves plenty of time to prepare for these tests. It is something you want to wait to the last minute to prepare for it. I show students some shortcuts to help them get the most advantage on doing well on their exam. It is best to practice, practice, practice!
TOEFL

TOEFL

I have taught many ELL students in schools as a teacher. I also have tutored many students both children and adults in English, grammar, vocabulary, writing, and test prep.I have met with some adults who needed to prepare for an English proficiency test. Some need to take it to further their career. I bring useful resources with me when I meet my clients.

Ratings and Reviews


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4.7 (652 ratings)
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1 star
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Reviews


Dedicated and kind tutor. My son is happy with her

My son has enjoyed her lessons and understood some issues in math he was having trouble with. She is very patient and kind and my son feels comfortable with her.

Beatriz, 2 lessons with Erin

Encouraging, upbeat, thoughtful tutor

Erin pays close attention to my foster son's strengths and weakness. She is encouraging and works hard to find material of interest to him. I appreciate her detailed lesson summaries that help me understand what to work on with him. He is making good progress working with her.

Bridgette , 33 lessons with Erin

Patient Tutor

Teacher is always on time, very patient and knowledgeable tutor. My son loves to work with her, he is happy, he is more confident in himself. Most importantly I see the progress in his academic work.

BRENDA, 60 lessons with Erin

Very Patient

Ms. Erin was very patient with my five-year-old son and she assessed him and his needs very well. My son enjoyed their conversations while also learning. I look forward to working further with her.

Grace, 2 lessons with Erin

Patient and kind

Erin assessed my spelling by administering small quizzes in order to see my problem areas. See took her time and was very thorough. Erin is a lover of education and helping others. I look forward to seeing myself improve with her help.

Camille, 1 lesson with Erin

Knowledgeable with resources

Erin was very helpful with test preparation. In addition, Erin was very helpful with additional resources to assist with learning. Further, the information and test preparation materials that were provided will prove instrumental with passing tests.

Talece, 1 lesson with Erin

Initial Lessons

Our initial lessons include Erin conducting an initial assessment of my son. I'm pleased that she is taking the time to understand where he needs the most help. I'm excited about working with her this year.

Althea, 11 lessons with Erin

Punctual, patient and has a lot of materials to teach my kids with depending on their levels.

She taught my kids spelling, reading and writing. She's a patient, knowledgeable and fun to be with. My kids look forward to seeing her again. She is a great teacher!

SHADE, 83 lessons with Erin

Very friendly and has excellent teaching skills

Erin worked with my child on math problems and critical reading. She used several different methods to help her develop skills in setting problems up. Only a lack of time on our part keep us from having Erin as a tutor on an ongoing basis.

Thomas, 1 lesson with Erin
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