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Hannibal LaGrange University
Grand Canyon University (Master's)
Hello. I have experience with tutoring a first grade student in reading and math. His first grade teacher wanted to hold him back and his mother was concerned. He is now in the second grade and reading third grade material. The trick to reading is to gain fluency by using phonics and phonemic awareness to process words quickly. This enables a child to concentrate on the content of the material. I have completed a Master's degree in Secondary Education. My emphasis was in math. I can teach students how to practice their math until they have it mastered. I have a Bachelor degree in elementary education. These classes gave me knowledge of treating each student as the individual student that they are. Everyone is different and they different ways to learn. I have also worked as a personal-aide for an autistic student. I help him to study for all his high school classes. I also help with his social issues. Students need to be ready to learn, but even if they are ready the material must be taught in different ways to reach each student with different learning styles. I have college experience in working with students who learn by seeing, hearing, and/or touching. I look forward to working with you.
Hello. I have experience with tutoring a first grade student in reading and math. His first grade teacher wanted to hold him back and his mother was concerned. He is now in
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