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I've tutored middle school children in Wisconsin, while in high-school, through an organization project named Students4Change.
My goal and focus is to provide the necessary equipment for students development and higher learning. It is of utmost importance to me that children master the English language. It opens up new doors that will be beneficial for their future careers, like learning foreign languages. I highly recommend it to all of my students.
I also help students who's first language isn't English and has the desire to improve pronunciation and vocabulary. I am currently learning Korean, Spanish and Choctaw (Indigenous), with a brief history of the Mandarin, Russian, French, ASL, and Hmoob languages. I also help children with Aspergers. I tutored my own brother, who was diagnosed with Aspergers, from elementary up until high-school with all of his school subjects. He is now a tutor also.
I do not believe that one method of teaching fits all students. Every person is unique. Every person has their own strengths. I try my best to draw this out through encouragement and patience. When a child believes they are capable, they are unstoppable. I desire my students to be unstoppable.
Please contact me for a free consultation and to schedule lessons. I am willing to do tutoring sessions online to accommodate you. I've tutored middle school children in Wisconsin, while in high-school, through an organization project named Students4Change.
My goal and focus is to provide the necessary equipment for students development and higher learning. It is of utmost importance to me that
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