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University of New Hampshire (Animal Science)
My teaching experience has been as a volunteer, but I enjoy sharing what I know and helping people learn, whether I am working with a child learning to read, advising a fellow writer, or sharing cooking or art skills. I believe that tutoring can make all the difference to a student who is struggling a bit with a subject. I'm looking for a meaningful way to help students and use my skills.
Because I am new to tutoring, my base rate is $35/hour.
I am an experienced writer with articles published in local papers and feature articles in magazines. I minored in English writing at the University of New Hampshire and completed post graduate courses that required considerable essay writing. I was a member of the Seacoast Writers Association and winner of their 2009 essay contest.
I have been a Youth Library volunteer since 2005--I help with art, music, and reading programs, filing, paperwork, checkout desk and reference assistance. For the past 2 years, I planned and presented a “Cooking for Kids” program at the library.
I volunteered at Head Start in Gorham, Maine and Ossipee, NH, and preschool in Lebanon, Maine.
I hold an ed tech III certification from the State of Maine.
My schedule is flexible and I can travel to meet students. My teaching experience has been as a volunteer, but I enjoy sharing what I know and helping people learn, whether I am working with a child learning to read, advising a fellow writer, or sharing cooking or art skills. I believe that
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I have learned study skills firsthand from my years of education, including earning a B.S. and taking post-graduate courses while working full-time. Time management, organizing information, self-testing, using online resources, and working with other students are all study skills I have used successfully.