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University of South Carolina Upstate (Learning Disabilitie)
I have a degree in Learning Disabilities from University of South Carolina Upstate. I have taught students with learning disabilities for nine years. I love to see my students excel and go beyond their potential! Tutoring allows me to truly get down to the nitty gritty with a student. I am able to see what the bumps are, and figure out a way to teach the content that is relatable! I have tutored students with the old South Carolina Exit exam test, which was needed to obtain a high school diploma. I love teaching high school and I know, it is shaping young minds for the beginning of their adulthood.
I love Algebra and numbers! I have been able to help relate the processes to real life experiences!
I understand the difficulties of having ADD and ADHD! I will help you come up with a plan to help you concentrate. Contact me for more information and to schedule lessons. Have an awesome day! I have a degree in Learning Disabilities from University of South Carolina Upstate. I have taught students with learning disabilities for nine years. I love to see my students excel and go beyond their potential! Tutoring allows me to truly get down to the nitty gritty with a student. I am able
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I am a special education teacher and have been teaching students with learning disabilities (ADD/ADHD) for 9 years. I understand the struggles of the students and find ways to help them concentrate. In my classroom we work on math skills daily, and use multiple strategies to assist students.