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University of Scranton (Elementary Education)
University of Scranton (Master's)
Hello. I am a young and energetic elementary teacher who loves teaching and has always had a passion for learning. I have been teaching 2nd grade for the past four years in Philadelphia but have worked with students ranging from Kindergarten to 5th grade in a variety of different settings including one-on-one tutoring.
I graduated cum laude from the University of Scranton with a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and just graduated with my master's degree from the University of Scranton in Curriculum and Instruction. I love working with younger students and love finding fun and meaningful ways for them to learn. I have great recommendations from both former principals and from parents of students that I have worked with in the past. I have all of my clearances on file (Criminal Background Check, Child Abuse Clearances and FBI Fingerprint Check)
I love what I do and look forward to hearing from you about how I can make your child's learning experience better! Hello. I am a young and energetic elementary teacher who loves teaching and has always had a passion for learning. I have been teaching 2nd grade for the past four years in Philadelphia but have worked with students ranging from Read more
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