Coming from a French speaking country, the Ivory Coast, I moved to the US to reunite with my husband a few years ago. It goes without saying that I had to readjust my ways of thinking and living to what is done in America. I’m still adjusting to many things but for the most part, I feel confident and comfortable in my progress. I’ve been taking classes to improve my professional skills and finished Valedictorian in one of the programs. I met different people with whom I learned diverse set of skills such as communication, patience and leadership among others. That’s why I believe I can help anyone with similar adjustment level in French, Algebra, Precalculus and English because I can sympathize. With my skills, I can contribute to the development of anyone, no matter the age or gender. I am also very experienced in Microsoft Word and Excel.
My aim is to create a deep and genuine understanding and confidence in students, so that they become assertive. I usually start by going over light subjects and progressively moving up to more difficult ones when I know the student is now ready. My experience is that teaching one-on-one provides more results about bringing students to the level of assurance they need to trust in themselves. I work to give them the foundation for a lasting understanding of the subject and by continuously encouraging them, they begin to think for themselves.
I am considered to be a great team player, good communicator, patient, good listener, very outgoing, and I can give and take constructive criticism. I’ve learned to balance fun and studies to avoid being easily overwhelmed. I am caring and motivated, and I can be a great mentor. I, myself, am currently back in college because I believe living is learning, and in that, I was greatly influenced by my parents. I hold a bachelor degree in accounting from my country and I am presently enrolled for another one in Business Management. I am looking forward to meeting you, and see what, together, we can accomplish. Coming from a French speaking country, the Ivory Coast, I moved to the US to reunite with my husband a few years ago. It goes without saying that I had to readjust my ways of thinking and living to what is done in America. I’m still adjusting to many things but for the most part, I feel confident and comfortable in my progress. I’ve been taking
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