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SUNY New Paltz College (Journalism)
I have three years of experience tutoring in Writing Centers both in a Community College and University and have continued to work with ESL students to achieve their personal learning objectives and fluency goals through WyzAnt.
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I have a degree in journalism from the State University of New York in New Paltz and currently keep a blog on about the benefits of philosophical reasoning for elementary students. I have three years of experience tutoring in Writing Centers both in a Community College and University and have continued to work with ESL students to achieve their personal learning objectives and fluency goals through WyzAnt.
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When I think of Tutoring, I think of "Boring", but Gianna's nothing like that. I was tutored by some other tutors in the past, and I have to say that my experience with her was the best! She's easy to reach and can work with your schedule! She understood my weaknesses in English and helped me improve those parts with fun exercises that helps a lot! She was the best English tutor I have ever met and worked with.
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I have worked with InDesign since 2009 when I designed layout for a college newspaper. As I grew to love InDesign, I furthered my understanding of the program to design a one-time 30-page magazine about philosophy for children and five weekly four to 12-page newsletters during an internship for a local CSA farm. My degree in journalism demanded an understanding of all the functions of the program including proficiency in font, color, spacial balance and the versatility of such a program.