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Northwest Missouri State University (Elementary Education)
Hello, I am 19 years old and a sophomore at Northwest Missouri State University. I am majoring in elementary education with a minor in early childhood education. I love kids and hope to be a first grade teacher in the future! Every job I have ever held has involved children.
I have been a tutor twice, during my junior and senior years of high school. My first tutoring experience was with a girl in eighth grade. I met with her about three times a week to help her get organized, study for upcoming tests, make sure all her homework was being completed, and help get her prepared to go into high school the next year. My second tutoring experience was with a freshman boy. He went to a private college prep school in Kansas City, but lived in my town. He was having trouble adjusting to the high school course load, so I met with him almost everyday to help him. My duties included teaching organizational skills, study skills, and assisting with test prep.
I really enjoyed tutoring both times I encountered it. It gave me a brief idea of what my future as a teacher would look like and how rewarding it will be.
English has always been my best and most liked subject. I have considered concentrating in English along with my major and minor. Being a tutor though, I have helped students with a variety of subjects including math, science, history, and Spanish.
Hello, I am 19 years old and a sophomore at Northwest Missouri State University. I am majoring in elementary education with a minor in early childhood education. I love kids and hope to be a first
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