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Skidmore College (Spanish, Theater)
Bank Street School of Education (Master's)
I have been teaching Spanish for 4 years. I started at Multilingual Chicago in 2011, leading Parent and Tot classes. By 2012 I was teaching at-school programs for Elementary school children. Currently I teach full time in a partial immersion Spanish program at a private school while pursuing my Masters in Dual Language Education. My tutoring sessions have always been fun and engaging and my students have made great strides in their language skills.
Ever since I was young, I had wanted to speak Spanish. Endless episodes of Sesame Street fueled the desire to learn another language at a young age. Unfortunately, I had to wait until sixth grade to begin lessons in her native New Canaan, CT. I went on to study Spanish Literature at Skidmore College in upstate New York. During my college career, I spent my semester abroad in Madrid, Spain where I participated in a full immersion program. Currently, I work as an Associate Teacher in Brooklyn while pursuing my masters in Bilingual Education from Bank Street. I am a big football fan (go Bears!), have studied aerial acrobatics and juggling, and spent a month in Brazil touring a puppet show. I look forward to sharing my passion and skills with you or your child. I have been teaching Spanish for 4 years. I started at Multilingual Chicago in 2011, leading Parent and Tot classes. By 2012 I was teaching at-school programs for Elementary school children. Currently I teach full time in a partial immersion Spanish program at a private school while
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