University of Vermont (Special Education)
Temple University (Master's)
I've worked one-on-one with students for the past eights years; I'm currently the director of an educational therapy practice, where I design and implement individualized programs for students. I work with children on phonetic code work, comprehension skills (including SAT/ACT), math (foundational skills and subject areas), and writing (word choice, syntax, and paragraph/essay structures). I am continuously gauging students' understanding of specific concepts throughout my lesson with them, so that I can alter my teaching methods as necessary in order for the student to truly grasp the information, strategies, and skills that I'm instructing.
I have obtained a bachelor of science degree in Early Childhood Special Education, and I'm currently pursuing a master's degree in Educational Psychology. I plan to utilize all my skills from both my educational and professional development during all my lessons in order to make each one as productive as possible. I'm very affable and vivacious, so I enjoy making all lessons with my students fun!
I work one-on-one with students in writing to increase their standardized test scores and overall writing ability by teaching them how to effectively and efficiently develop and refine their writing. My work ranges from basic word choice to full-blown essays, and all my students feel confident in the explicit skills and step-by-step structure I teach them.
Please contact me if you're looking for individualized lessons that will help a student reach his or her true potential! I've worked one-on-one with students for the past eights years; I'm currently the director of an educational therapy practice, where I design and implement individualized programs for students. I work with children on phonetic code work, comprehension skills (including SAT/… Read more
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