Salve Regina University
Rhode Island College (MEd)
After college, I served as a City Year Rhode Island corps member. During my 1700+hour service commitment, I received extensive training in tutoring strategies, assessment and data tracking. During my service, I was selected to deliver a presentation on my work and the progress of my students at the City Year Headquarters in Boston.
I have worked as an Elementary School Classroom Teacher and Middle School Interventionist for over 5 years. I am very familiar with the Common Core Standards and appropriate grade level expectations for the students I tutor. As a teacher, I have experience maximizing instructional time and utilizing data to monitor progress. I always work to make learning fun and engaging for my students.
I love the ability to support the success of ALL students. Not only does it help improve the academic confidence of my students but also often corresponds with more positive experiences during the school day. Watching my students grow in confidence and academic mastery is such a privilege!
During my undergrad, I worked as both a certified Writing tutor and Senior Manager of the Academic Development Center at my institution. I presented at the annual New England Peer Tutor Association's (NEPTA) conference held at Providence College on the different learning styles and effective practices.
I hold an active Rhode Island Elementary Education (grades 1-6) certification, as well as, a Master's in Education in Diverse and Inclusive Teaching. I am also experienced in Middle Level ELA intervention/instruction (grades 7-8).
I am generally available after school (2pm-6pm) most week days along with some weekend availability. As a teacher, I also have the summer months available to offer summer enrichment sessions or additional remediation.
I look forward to connecting with you and developing learning objectives for you or your child! After college, I served as a City Year Rhode Island corps member. During my 1700+hour service commitment, I received extensive training in tutoring strategies, assessment and data tracking. During my service, I was selected to deliver a presentation on my work and the progress of my students at the City Year Headquarters in Boston.
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I currently hold an Elementary Education Certification in the state of RI. I have taught for almost 5 years. I am familiar and confident with the Common Core State Standards, differentiated instruction, assessment, and progress monitoring. I have also worked delivering both enrichment and intervention.