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University of Southern Mississippi (Elementary Education)
I hope to be your tutor! My name is Scott, and I am in my 8th year as a teacher and coach. I have taught 6th-grade Science, Social Studies, and Gifted, along with 7th-grade Western Civilization. I have also taught 8th-grade Gifted, Computer Foundations, and History, as well as 4th-grade Self-Contained Inclusion .
I am currently teaching in a self-contained inclusion class, teaching 4th-grade. I love working with students of ALL ability-levels, and I have a true passion for education. I have coached middle school soccer, as well as being chess and knowledge bowl sponsor.
I have a lot of experience and knowledge in teaching reading and literacy, and have worked with a full-spectrum of student abilities.
Does your child need help in reading/language arts proficiency? Do you have a student that needs extra help in understanding science or social studies, especially history? Do you have a gifted child that needs that extra push to make that 95 a 100? Do you have a child with an IEP that needs special accommodations and attention, and the normal school hours just aren't enough? Do you have an athlete that needs training, in soccer, football, baseball, field events, or chess?
If your answer to any of these is "yes", please give me a chance to work with you and your student to help bring out their very best. I hope to be your tutor! My name is Scott, and I am in my 8th year as a teacher and coach. I have taught 6th-grade Science, Social Studies, and Gifted, along with 7th-grade Western Civilization. I have also taught
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