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University of New Hampshire (Hospitality manageme)
My name is Megan and I am a recent graduate of University of New Hampshire's Whittemore School of Business and Economics with a minor in Women's Studies. I recently moved to NYC from New England, and am currently working in the hospitality industry.
I have had several years of tutoring experience working with elementary age students within UNH's "Seacoast Reads" program. Within this program, I assisted students two afternoons, for two hours each week. During these reading groups, students would choose their own books, and through the mediums of games, drawing, and acting, we would focus on sentence structure, pronunciation, and story content.
Along with reading, I would also help students with their math homework. We would break down word problems or equations in various ways so that the student could better understand what the question was looking for, or how to get to the solution using various methods.
My name is Megan and I am a recent graduate of University of New Hampshire's Whittemore School of Business and Economics with a minor in Women's Studies. I recently moved to NYC from New England, and am
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I am a recent graduate of the University of New Hampshire's Whittemore School of Business and Economics with a minor in Women's Studies. I have tutored students between the ages of 6-10 years old during my undergraduate degree at the University of New Hampshire's Seacoast Reads Program. I have a multitude of experience within this program tutoring in literacy and math. I was also a Teacher's Assistant during my senior capstone college course, and have experience working with students with various learning styles.
My teaching methods depend on the student's needs and abilities. If they work well through collaboration or playing games to help decipher word patterns, then I would use that as a medium to help them progress. If they work better by breaking down the content of the story to grasp the meaning of the words, then I would focus on paragraphs page by page.