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I am a magma cum laude graduate from the University of Missouri - St. Louis. I have an elementary education degree and a masters in counseling. I love teaching, educating young minds is a great passion of mine. One of my greatest joys is helping others achieve their goals.
I have had experience in several educational areas which have lead to opportunities to teach diverse groups of students, including those with learning disabilities. Throughout the course of my career, I have implemented lessons for homeschooling, preschool, elementary and special education, and college level classes. I have a counseling background to help assist students with personal issues from educational problems to social matters.
I like to actively engage students by incorporating a variety of manipulatives and enjoyable activities.
I tailor lessons to meet each students diverse interest and needs as well as demonstrate direct connections between the classroom and every day life.
I am available M - F only every other week due to another job obligation, but will see students 2-3 times in that week. The week I am not seeing students, I am still available for questions through email. I am a magma cum laude graduate from the University of Missouri - St. Louis. I have an elementary education degree and a masters in counseling. I love teaching, educating young minds is a great passion of mine. One of my greatest joys is helping others achieve
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