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Keuka College (Sociology)
I am a 2nd year student at Keuka College, with a dual major in Sociology and Child and Family Studies. I have been tutoring since I was a Junior in high school. I tutored students with Dyslexia, ADD and other learning disabilities. I am now a Sociology tutor at Keuka College for all students who require extra help. I have received straight A's not only in my English courses, but in all my courses. I have tutored students in this area before. Grammar and vocabulary are my strong suits when it comes to English.
I also spend my time working and volunteering with children and adults with developmental disabilities. I have significant experience working with children and adults with special needs in both academic and recreational situations. I have also assisted in a classroom for a summer learning program for kids with disabilities. I have been tutoring students and even mentoring students with disabilities throughout my high school and college careers.
I am a college student so I am rather busy but I am always willing to make time! I enjoy teaching and helping others, you could say it is a passion of mine. I am also very accommodating to students' different learning styles since that is most important. I try my best to respond in a very timely fashion since I check my email several times a day, so don't hesitate to contact me! I am a 2nd year student at Keuka College, with a dual major in Sociology and Child and Family Studies. I have been tutoring since I was a Junior in high school. I tutored students with Dyslexia, ADD and other learning
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