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Hofstra University (French, Italian)
Hofstra University (Master's)
Hofstra University (EdD)
I have taught K-12. I am a veteran teacher. My doctoral degree is in Reading, Language and Cognition. My strength is helping students to become better writers. I have taught English as a New Language for 30 years. I have been an adjunct professor in the department of Literacy Studies. I enjoy working with students who want to learn and I particularly like working one on one.
I have a doctoral degree in Reading, Language and Cognition from the Department of Literacy Studies at Hofstra University. I am a certified teacher of ESL, French, and Italian.
I have become fluent in Spanish by working with Spanish-speaking students for 30 years. I was a French major as an undergraduate student. I have studied in France and wrote a paper in French for three credits for my doctoral degree elective.
I am a certified teacher who loves to see students be successful. I understand the ways in which students struggle with writing and have been successful in assisting them to improve at a fairly fast pace. I have taught K-12. I am a veteran teacher. My doctoral degree is in Reading, Language and Cognition. My strength is helping students to become better writers. I have taught … Read more
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