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Temple (Elementary Education)
Wilson College (Master's)
I graduated from Temple University in 2005 with honors. I received my teaching certificate in 2007 from Wilson College and started my teaching career a few months later. Currently I am teaching STEM and reading intervention on a third grade level and will tutor elementary aged children during evening hours. I have been teaching Common Core Curriculum for three years and have competence in the standards for learning and required grade level skills. I am willing to travel to your home for tutoring sessions or to a place that is a comfortable learning environment. I have taught hundreds of students over the past nine years and look forward to expanding and sharing my skill set outside of the classroom. Also, I have experience working with ESOL and special needs students. I look forward to meeting new students and helping them meet their educational needs and become a successful student.
I am a STEM teacher currently but have taught primarily math for a number of years.
I teach reading intervention to students struggling with foundational reading skills .
I have been teaching Common Core for three years. My lessons are based on Common Core standards and skills.
I am in my ninth year of teaching on an elementary level.
Please feel free to contact me and find out more about how I can meet your needs during tutoring sessions. I graduated from Temple University in 2005 with honors. I received my teaching certificate in 2007 from Wilson College and started my teaching career a few months later. Currently I am teaching STEM and reading intervention on a … Read more
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I am currently teaching Common Core math on a elementary level in a public school system. I have been teaching Common Core for several years now and I'm familiar with the standards. I teach math and science so these are the areas I am most familiar.