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Baruch (English Literature)
Hello. Let me begin by stating my philosophy on learning. Everyone is an individual and learns in their own way. My job has been and will be to help each individual find their way. Now there are a myriad of ways to learn and one just has to be matched with their way. I feel my experience working with many different types of children from a variety of socio-economic and cultural backgrounds and seeing those individual succeed allows me a great wealth of knowledge to draw from. In my experience, no one cure fits all. There are tactile learners, visual learners, rote learners, and so on. Being able to "try out" the different methods with ease and confidence only fosters confidence that success is achievable.
Just to let you know what the aforementioned "experience" is I will give you a little history on me. I taught fifth grade, first grade, tutored college, and spent a majority of my time as a middle school math and English teacher. However, I am more than capable of helping in just about any subject. I went to college 3 different times. Initially for Pre-Med, then to a community college for culinary arts, and finally to Baruch College in Manhattan for English Lit and Education. I graduated and taught in Brooklyn for some time. My parents got sick and I moved upstate to care for them. During that time, I found a job teaching in Scenectady, NY. I am currently deciding whether to pursue a position in higher education /r switch to child advocacy (or social work). Hello. Let me begin by stating my philosophy on learning. Everyone is an individual and learns in their own way. My job has been and will be to help each individual find their way. Now there are a myriad of ways to learn and one just has to be matched with their way. I feel my
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