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University of Texas of the Permian Basin (History)
I love working with kids, and have worked as a teacher/tutor for two years now. Ever since high school I have wanted to work in education. I have further experience working with kids of all ages, and love teaching. I am a certified teacher for history, and I worked as a writing tutor specifically, as well. After college I've worked as a substitute teacher and an AVID tutor. A part of that job was specific training with AVID tutorials and strategies that have been proven effective.
I love tutoring because it is more personal than regular teaching. One on one situations allow education to be even more student oriented than regular schools. It also allows for more creativity, which I love. I am most familiar helping with writing, reading and history/social studies. As an AVID trained educator, I have experience with creating lessons that develop critical thinking skills.
I love a challenge and trying new ways to help kids learn. I enjoy the creative aspect, and always look for new, fun ways to teach kids. I love working with kids, and have worked as a teacher/tutor for two years now. Ever since high school I have wanted to work in education. I have further experience working with kids of all ages, and love teaching. I am a certified teacher for history, and I worked as a … Read more
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