Ohio University (Early Childhood Educ)
Cleveland State University (Enrolled)
Hello there. My name is Mike Pivato and I graduated from Ohio University in 2009 with a Bachelor's in Early Childhood Education. I taught in Special Education for three years as an associate teacher counselor, developing and implementing a social emotional curriculum and working on academic IEP goals with my students. I also taught in special needs with students who required assistance in the inclusive classroom setting. I made the necessary modifications and accommodations to their curriculum and provided behavioral support and intervention. I tutored a 4th grader and helped him with common core curriculum, reading, writing. I love teaching/tutoring because I love seeing others succeed and being a part of the process. It is very intrinsically rewarding to facilitate the process, and I also learn some things about myself.
I am an outstanding grammar tutor because I have been honing and perfecting my craft for years. I write on a daily basis and I am meticulous in my approach. Composing writing in a grammatically correct manner is important. I want the reader to take away something from my writing and reflect on it. To achieve this, I must adhere to a competent flow that isn't laden with distracting grammatical errors.
I tutored a 4th grader that had common core homework on a daily basis, so I am familiar with the curriculum.
I have a degree in Early Childhood Education, and I have experience from my student teaching, my 4 years of teaching in various capacities in the schools as a paraprofessional, and in my tutoring.
I am energetic, compassionate, caring, and my main priority is to help you succeed and try to have some fun along the way. Let's do this together! Hello there. My name is Mike Pivato and I graduated from Ohio University in 2009 with a Bachelor's in Early Childhood Education. I taught in Special Education for three years as an associate teacher counselor, developing and implementing a social emotional curriculum and working on academic IEP goals with my students. I also taught in special
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I worked in a first grade classroom that focused on a writer's workshop for a period every day. I would help the students with correct letter formation and spacing. When I tutored, I made sure that my student wrote the letters within the bounds of the lines and used proper spacing when composing follow up sentences with those spelling words contained in them.