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Geneva College (English)
Slippery Rock Universirty (Master's)
University of Pittsburgh (EdD)
I have an English degree and have been tutoring since I was in college. My academic career has been 29 years in college as an administrator. For the past 5 years, I have also taught Developmental Reading, Developmental English, English 101 and English 102. I enjoy working with Developmental students, and I have a love for grammar (which most students hate!)
I have a doctorate in Higher Education Administration. I went back to school recently to earn 18 hours of graduate English, so that I would be able to teach English at the college level. I have enjoyed that, but I know that I will enjoy one-on-one teaching more. You can really see the changes in a person's life when you work one-on-one. Let me help you get over your fear/hatred of English. We can do it together!
Great personality, love for the subject, knowledge of subject, much experience, working with adult and developmental populations
Contact me to find out more about my tutoring style and to see if we make a good fit. That's really important. You want to "fit" with your tutor. You want that person to be someone that you trust and can count on. I'm reliable, and I will be there for you if we make a commitment. Let's give it a try! I have an English degree and have been tutoring since I was in college. My academic career has been 29 years in college as an administrator. For the past 5 years, I have also taught Developmental Reading, Developmental English,
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