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Ithaca College (Writing)
Sarah Lawrence College (Master's)
I am an author, professor, and writer of nonfiction with a lifelong love of reading and writing. I teach English and Writing for College courses at a local community college. I work with students individually to help them not only succeed academically, but learn how to work with their personal strengths and learning styles. I have experience working with learners of all ages, with those who are new to the English language, and students on the autism spectrum. As a former student with a learning disability myself, I understand that students with diverse needs and backgrounds are some of the hardest working and most motivated.
I tutor reading comprehension and writing skills for middle school, high school, and college age students. I work with students to read and think more critically and work with them to develop self-awareness and strategies to take with them into their future successes. I specialize in helping students through the writing process -- from brainstorming and outlining to drafting, and citation formatting-- and can help students with essays and writing projects in any subject area. I offer help with college application essays and test preparation in Reading and Writing
I offer in-person lessons at a rate of $60/hr and online lessons at $45 an hour. Contact me today to work out a schedule! I am an author, professor, and writer of nonfiction with a lifelong love of reading and writing. I teach English and Writing for College courses at a local community college.
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