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Kean University (Elementary Education and History)
New Jersey City University (Graduate Coursework)
Hello, my name is Joy and I am looking forward to the opportunity to tutor your child. I am certified in New Jersey to teach Elementary Education and Special Education.
I am confident that my combination of practical work experiences, rewarding and challenging life experiences, in addition to a solid educational experience has prepared me for making a substantial contribution to your child's education. I am familiar with the literature-based reading program, McGraw-Hill Language Arts Series as well as the Everyday Mathematics program. I am proficient at designing creative and stimulating lesson plans which accommodate multiple intelligences, bringing a hands-on approach to learning and keeping students interested and focused.
I believe my greatest strengths include inspiring and motivating students.
I enjoy utilizing these strengths to actively engage my students' eager minds by incorporating a variety of manipulatives, age-appropriate technology, enjoyable activities, as well as cooperative learning projects.
I would appreciate the opportunity to discuss how my education and experience can make a significant added contribution to your child's current education. Hello, my name is Joy and I am looking forward to the opportunity to tutor your child. I am certified in New Jersey to teach Elementary Education and Special Education.
I am confident that my combination of practical work experiences, rewarding and
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