The University of Central Oklahoma (Child Development)
University of Texas at Arlington, BSEE, 1996 (Master's)
Hello! My name is Breann and I am currently a Kindergarten Teaching Assistant for Arlington ISD. I will be graduating from the University of Texas at Arlington with my Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction next August. I am a very loving, caring individual with a passion for helping children reach their highest level of development and establishing a close relationship with families. I have been working with children of all ages, from diverse backgrounds, and in a variety of environments for many years.
Being a tutor allows me to be more personal and connect with my students. I have been exposed to many teaching styles which has also taught me the importance of understanding my students learning styles. I believe it is the teachers responsibility to make learning fun, encouraging, and motivating. These factors can create a successful learning environment, along with building positive self esteem and confidence in my students.
I will be a fantastic English and Reading tutor because I understand the needs of each individual student and how we are all different when it comes to learning new material. Not every person learns the same and as an educator, it is my responsibility to adapt my instruction accordingly. I am patient and willing to go the extra mile for my students in order for them to reach their highest potential.
My passion is learning and my hope is to inspire in my students a genuine love of learning and to help them gain the necessary skills to become lifelong, independent learners. I bring a wealth of resources and knowledge to assist your child in receiving the best experience possible. Hello! My name is Breann and I am currently a Kindergarten Teaching Assistant for Arlington ISD. I will be graduating from the University of Texas at Arlington with my Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction next August. I am a very loving, caring individual with a passion
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