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Hello! My name is Khuyen, spoken as "Quinn." I have a bachelor's in History and a master's in Education from Rutgers University. I have taught in a variety of settings, including traditional public school, private settings, and recreational settings. I am currently finishing a TEFL certification class to teach abroad. My main goal at WyzAnt is to gain experience helping ESL students.
What I love most about teaching and tutoring is seeing students progress in their personal goals. This is enriched by the relationships built through teaching and getting to know student's motivations. What drew me to tutoring is the self-motivation of students seeking tutoring. Even younger students whose parents are looking for tutoring understand the desire to better themselves through the actions of their parents. That motivation and desire creates a great environment for learning and reaching personal goals.
I have TEFL training from the International TEFL Academy as well as experience teaching in a 60% Spanish speaking school.
I am happy to answer emails and messages about ESL tutoring in the New Jersey area and the only request I have is that the student have goals that they want to reach and the desire to do so. Hello! My name is Khuyen, spoken as "Quinn." I have a bachelor's in History and a master's in Education from Rutgers University. I have taught in a variety of settings, including traditional public school, private settings, and recreational settings. I am currently finishing a TEFL
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