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Miami University (Education)
Lamar University (MEd)
I have been teaching English Language Arts for 5 years. I began my career teaching 8th grade, and two years ago I moved to the high school level where I teach English I. I have a great track record of working to turn scores for state tests around. Both schools I've taught at have been classified as "needs improvement" but I have sufficiently raised those scores during my time on each campus. After my first year of teaching I decided to go back to school and get my Master's degree in education. I recently received my principal certification, and hope to begin my career in secondary administration within the next year. I hold high standards for my students, and if you are willing to work hard for me, I can ensure that you will be successful.
I have taught English Language Arts for 5 years now. I have always been in a tested grade level, so I can effectively prepare students who might be struggling to pass STAAR. Writing is my passion, though I am well versed in literature as well.
I look forward to meeting and working with you! School should not be problematic, but for those who struggle, one-on-one tutoring will be beneficial. I know this because when I was in 4th grade my parents hired a private tutor for me in the areas of math and reading. After my year of tutoring those subjects went from being my worst to my best! I have been teaching English Language Arts for 5 years. I began my career teaching 8th grade, and two years ago I moved to the high school level where I teach English I. I have a great track record of working to turn scores for
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