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University of Missouri, Columbia (Elementary Education)
University of Missouri, Columbia (Master's)
For the past year, I have been a second grade teacher in NYC, where my classroom consists of a diverse group of students with a wide range of abilities. On a daily basis, I utilize a variety of assessment tools and data to monitor student progress and continuously improve my instruction. As a result, my students have not only demonstrated growth on English Language Arts and Math assessments, but have also matured as individuals and valued members of the community. Prior to moving to New York and accepting a teaching position, I taught kindergarten for two years in Chicago, Illinois. Additionally, I spent two years as a special education teaching assistant and a year as a second grade teaching assistant. In addition to receiving a Master's degree in Educational Leadership and a BS in Elementary Education, I hold teaching certifications in New York, Illinois, and Missouri. I can tutor all subjects K-5.
I try and be flexible with time, but do require a 24-hour cancellation policy. I am happy to make up the session on a different date and time. For the past year, I have been a second grade teacher in NYC, where my classroom consists of a diverse group of students with a wide range of abilities. On a daily basis, I utilize a variety of assessment tools and data to monitor student progress and continuously improve my
Willing to negotiate pending time/travel etc.
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