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University of Scranton (Chemistry-Business)
University of Connecticut (Other)
I am passionate about empowering students to achieve their goals! Teaching adult ESL students is not just fun, it energizes me. Making a connection with my students, identifying their goals and helping them to achieve those goals drives me to be a better teacher. I have taught students from all walks of life and all levels of completed education -- from elementary to doctorate. My students have described me as the best English teacher they've ever had.
While hosting a foreign high school student for 3 years, I developed a desire to work with ESL students. Acting as a surrogate mother to this young adult, it became my heartfelt desire to help her complete her studies. I tutored her in all high school subjects -- math, science, social studies and English. She inspired me to complete an ESL Teaching Certificate at Wake Tech.
As an adult ESL Instructor at a local college, I regularly teach adults aged 18 to 80. Prior to teaching ESL, my professional career included corporate training, instructional design, technical writing and editing. My experience has prepared me to teach grammar, reading, writing, proofreading and vocabulary. I have also tutored a student for her citizenship exam, and she passed!
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Contact me for my available hours. I am primarily available daytime and weekend hours as my classes are Monday through Thursday evenings. I look forward to hearing from you! I am passionate about empowering students to achieve their goals! Teaching adult ESL students is not just fun, it energizes me. Making a connection with my students, identifying their goals and helping them to achieve those goals drives me to be a better teacher. I have taught students from all
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