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Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania (English Education)
CAIU (Graduate Coursework)
Hello! I just moved to Chattanooga with three years of teaching experience, and countless years of tutoring experience in high school, college, Sylvan Learning Center, and tutoring with students of exceptional needs. My teaching philosophy is always to provide meaning and purpose to what the student needs to know by integrating familiar concepts into the lesson. Integrating the outside world, bringing current events to them, and have them apply the concepts we're learning to themselves is how an outstanding educator strengthens purpose and understanding.
I create my assessments first, envisioning what students need to know- what's most important. Then, I plan my lessons accordingly to pass the exam. By doing this, I will never be the teacher to set students up for failure by asking for more than I have provided them, or fails to teach what is asked of them on the assessment. I won't leave my students in the dark and I won't assume they have knowledge past what I have provided them.
Learning is what gives self-esteem and confidence, which is why I love to teach and continue to do so!
Hello! I just moved to Chattanooga with three years of teaching experience, and countless years of tutoring experience in high school, college, Sylvan Learning Center, and tutoring with students of exceptional needs. My teaching philosophy is always to provide meaning and purpose to
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