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Marshall University (Bachelors of Educati)
My name is Christy and I am married with three children. I currently teach STEM at the middle school level which integrates my certification in Math and Science. Last year I taught Physical Science 9 at the high school level in West Virginia. This year I would like to tutor students because so many children need extra help with Math and Science.
In my spare time I love to read mystery books and play golf. Also I volunteer with Fairland Little League girls softball on the weekends. This is my third year teaching after returning from teaching after pursuing another job for the last fifteen years.
As a Math teacher I have taken many technology courses that I can use to solve problems and I use math manipulatives.
I have an entire lesson plan book with information I used while teaching Physical Science 9 and an interactive notebook for additional resources. My love for Math and teaching style will make learning fun.
While teaching STEM I have to make my lesson plans diverse as I have special needs students in all of my classes due to my subject being a related arts course.
If you would like to use a different approach to learning Math and Science concepts please contact me for tutoring. My name is Christy and I am married with three children. I currently teach STEM at the middle school level which integrates my certification in Math and Science. Last year I taught Read more
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