I'm currently in college completing a degree in Psychology. I have a minor in Elementary Education and worked as a substitute teacher in several elementary schools for many years. I also have two children that are in elementary school, so I have a lot of experience when it comes to elementary school education. My strongest subjects are in reading and spelling, but can also assist with handwriting, writing, and basic math such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division (all that is necessary to help pass the STAAR, and for DISD the ACP).
I tutor my daughter quite a bit since this seems to be her worst subject, so I have programs I already use which has brought success.
Reading has always been my best subject. I read very fast, and tend to comprehend what I read quite well. Both my children have picked up this, and are ahead due to their abilities in this area as well.
I worked many years as a substitute, and minored as this in college so I have quite a bit of knowledge and experience in this field.
I feel I can help you be successful in not only passing, but possibly getting ahead in your class. Knowledge is power, and practice helps for better success. I'm currently in college completing a degree in Psychology. I have a minor in Elementary Education and worked as a substitute teacher in several elementary schools for many years. I also have two
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