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Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (Interdisciplinary)
University of Phoenix (MEd)
Teaching has been my passion for nearly twenty years. After teaching high school social studies, including AP U.S. History, for 14 years, I wanted to return to my tutoring days. I find tutoring to be most rewarding as this is where I saw students better reach their educational goals.
I use various methods of instruction depending on the needs of the student. My favorite method is research based instruction as students learn a great deal through guided self discovery. This also creates a high level of subject retention. Regardless of the methods employed, the goal is to tell the story of who we are as a society using the past to understand the present. I have an excellent subject knowledge as evidenced by earning the ETS Recognition of Excellence Award for Social Studies: Content Knowledge in 2014.
Along with the aforementioned award, I have taught AP U.S. History for seven years. Most students excelled in the exam earning college credit for the course after graduating high school. History was one of two concentrations I followed while earning a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies. The other concentration was in sociology. The ability to use an interdisciplinary approach to learning provides my students with a somewhat unique experience.
Please contact me to set up your tutoring session. I look forward to hearing from you soon. Teaching has been my passion for nearly twenty years. After teaching high school social studies, including AP U.S. History, for 14 years, I wanted to return to my tutoring days. I find tutoring to be most rewarding as
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