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Wittenberg University (Education)
The University of Toledo (MEd)
Wright State University (Graduate Coursework)
I am a licensed teacher in the state of Ohio, and I am in my 7th year of teaching. Currently I teach Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II to students with disabilities, however, I have experience tutoring high school math students who do not have disabilities as well.
My past tutoring experiences have included students of all ages and abilities in phonics, reading, and math. I have also tutored students to prepare them for the math portions of the OGT, SAT, and ACT. I am willing to tutor students for short periods of time (just a few sessions) or long-term. My schedule is flexible, but would prefer not to tutor more than two hours in one day.
I earned my Bachelor of Arts degree in Education from Wittenberg University, my Early Childhood Generalist endorsement from Otterbein College, my Master of Education degree in Educational Administration and Supervision from the University of Toledo, and my Transition-to-Work endorsement from Wright State University. I am a licensed teacher in the state of Ohio, and I am in my 7th year of teaching. Currently I teach Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II to students with disabilities,
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I am currently in my 2nd year teaching Algebra I to high school students with identified disabilities. I also have experience tutoring students without disabilities as well.
I have taught and tutored students in Algebra II, both with and without disabilities for the past two years. I have developed a wide range of strategies to learn different topics, and help the students find the one that is most comfortable for them.
I have worked with several students who were struggling with Geometry and have helped them be successful, despite the challenging content. This will be my second year teaching this subject at the high school lever.