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Saint Louis Community College-Flo Valley (Enrolled)
I have experience tutoring Spanish when I was a teenager and my mother was a Spanish teacher. I enjoy teaching young children. I have 5 children of my own and 2 of them are in school and doing very well.
I do not believe in the Common Core Curriculum, but I have adjusted to it as my daughter's school uses it. I like to teach children how to think and not what to think so that they can do better in all subjects.
Math has always been my strongest subject.
I am fluent in Spanish. It was my first language, but you would never guess it as I speak perfect English. While my mother was a Spanish teacher, I would tutor some of her students.
Grammar is very simple but definitely a subject that everyone needs to pay attention to.
I was home schooled as a teenager. I know the struggles of not going to a regular school. Spelling is also another subject that I'm great at.
I love teaching children new things. I was and still am someone who lives to learn new things. I can teach things the way I was taught and also how schools are teaching nowadays. I also like to boost morale, therefore creating a more positive impact that hopefully turns into better understanding of the subject and better grades. I have experience tutoring Spanish when I was a teenager and my mother was a Spanish teacher. I enjoy teaching young children. I have 5 children of my own and 2 of them are in school and doing very well.
I do not believe in the Common Core Curriculum, but I have adjusted to it as
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