University of Tulsa (Marketing)
University of North Texas at Dallas (MEd)
I have been teaching for over twelve (12) years. I especially LOVE working with the youth! Teens Rock! However, I just enjoy helping people, no matter their age, from 5 to 95.
I began my teaching career at a small local charter school for two years, and I taught everything from Reading and English to Business Computer Skills and Professional Communications. While there, I worked with "At-Risk' Youth grades 7-12, and met some life long friends.
I left the charter school scene and transitioned to a major district, where I've since taught Business Computer (3 yrs) and English II &III (7yrs). I recently earned a Master's in Counseling, and I will pursue that during the upcoming school year.
As you can see, I love to serve through teaching! I was born to work with others. I especially like working one on one. While many teachers do their very best at trying to serve and teach ALL students to mastery level, it just didn't always happen. That's why tutoring is so important. It helps to close those gaps as well as get ahead on certain material. Tutoring is one of the best ways to really understand a person, their learning style, and ultimately how they "get it". There is just no substituting or forgoing the benefits of one on one interaction. Soooo, Let me be your Tutor!
I can help with writing and reading skills, proofreading, comprehension, and retention. I'd love to help with your College Essays as well! It's what I do for a living!
I can help with STAAR Testing, as I tutored students on the STAAR test, and those that were disciplined and invested in passing, Passed!
I'd love to help you reach your goals! Contact me for lessons! I have been teaching for over twelve (12) years. I especially LOVE working with the youth! Teens Rock! However, I just enjoy helping people, no matter their age, from 5 to 95.
I began my teaching career at a small local charter school for two years, and I taught everything from Reading and English to Business Computer Skills and
In most cases, tutors gain approval in a subject by passing a proficiency exam. For some subject areas, like music and art, tutors submit written requests to demonstrate their proficiency to potential students. If a tutor is interested but not yet approved in a subject, the subject will appear in non-bold font. Tutors need to be approved in a subject prior to beginning lessons.