University of Nevada Las Vegas (Comprehensive Eng.)
Virginia B. taught for seven years as an English/Guest teacher with the Clark County School District. She attended the College of Southern Nevada and the University of Nevada Las Vegas. Between both schools, she was able to obtain her Bachelors of Science in Comprehensive English. Though she loved building relationships with her students and encouraging them to build their own relationship with education, she was sad that there were so little opportunities to work one-on-one with each student on the subject matter they so desperately needed tutoring, guidance, scaffolding, and modeling in.
Tutoring offers Virginia a chance to have those one-on-one lessons with her students. Lessons that will change the way they view the world, and lessons that will prepare them for whatever test, challenge, or hurdle that they're trying to overcome. Virginia's favorite hobbies include (but are not limited to): spending time with her husband and daughter, reading, revising her novel for the Inkshares and the Geek & Sundry Fantasy writing contest, cooking, cleaning (she does it so often, it must be a hobby), painting, walking on the beach, and taking Israeling MMA classes at Syndicate Mixed Martial Arts.
While she was a teacher for the Clark County School District, Virginia Bradford spent seven years focusing on literature, reading comprehension, grammar, spelling, and vocabulary.
Virginia charges $40 per lesson through Wyzant. Students must cancel 24 hours in advance to avoid being charged for a scheduled lesson. The first hour will be used to assess student understanding and goals. Tests for certain skills and goals may also be administered. This way, Virginia can get an idea of the student and their areas of struggle/need. Virginia B. taught for seven years as an English/Guest teacher with the Clark County School District. She attended the College of Southern Nevada and the University of Nevada Las Vegas. Between both schools, she was able to obtain her Bachelors of Science in Comprehensive English. Though she loved building relationships with her students and
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