JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY BALTIMORE
I have over 6 years of tutoring experience with students in kindergarten through high school. I seek to create personalized lessons for each student, with focus areas including Mathematics, Reading Comprehension, Language Arts, Writing skills and Study skills.
Prior to graduating Phi Beta Kappa from Johns Hopkins University with a BA in Psychology, I participated in the TEACH Baltimore Summer Enrichment program for students entering 2nd grade. I have also taught 5th grade and served as a substitute teacher in NJ public schools at the Kindergarten through middle school level.
I love to see my students become creative, capable and life-long learners. Contact me to start on the path to academic success! I have over 6 years of tutoring experience with students in kindergarten through high school. I seek to create personalized lessons for each student, with focus areas including Mathematics, Reading Comprehension, Language Arts, Writing skills and Study skills.
Prior to graduating Phi Beta Kappa from Johns Hopkins University with a BA in
My 11 year old started ASL in camp and wanted to continue but she is too young for an organized class. Laurie was able to pick up where camp left off. My daughter is so happy which means so am I!!!
My daughter is taking sign language lessons with Laurie and it has been great. My daughter has learned so much in six weeks and we are very impressed by Laurie's organization and thoughtfulness. Laurie is always on time and is very easy to work with. We would recommend her as a tutor.
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I have worked with elementary level students to improve their phonemic awareness and decoding skills using the Open Court Phonics Program as well Foundations. I have also tutored students to bring their reading skills up to grade level.
I completed ASL (American Sign Language) I through ASL V at Camden County College along with Deaf Culture and American Sign Language Linguistics. I also was a teacher for the Diocese of Camden Ministry with the Deaf for 5 years.
While at Johns Hopkins as an undergraduate I worked as a Study Consultant for the Office of Academic Advising. I helped students develop organizational, time management and study skills. Some methods that I encourage include SQ3R, Concept Mappings, creating study guides and using mnemonics.