Roseman University of Health Sciences (Nursing)
I did my undergrad at San Diego State University in Child and Family Development. During my undergrad I worked at Head Start as substitute teacher for about a year. I also began working as a tutor/behavioral therapist with ACES, which is a company that works with children with autism and special needs. After working at this organization I found that it is important to find creative ways to help meet every child's needs which is unique to their style of comprehension and method of learning. I also privately tutored a young girl for about 5 years in Religion, Math, Spelling, Writing, Reading, Vocabulary, History, and Science. This young girl was new to this country and it was difficult for her to learn a new language and try to excel in her studies. In the beginning her grades were at the C, D, and F level. But by consistently having tutoring sessions now she is motivated, more enthusiastic about her studies, and in the honor roll. When she comes to me at the beginning of session proudly displaying her 100%, proves to me that the time put in is effective. Her desire to continue learning is a reward in itself. I recently got accepted into a nursing program here in Utah and I hope to help out students in the same fashion.
I know certain tricks to help make problem solving questions easier to get around. I have a lot of medical and science background from my undergraduate and current studies which I can pass down.
I would love to have to the opportunity to help you out! I love seeing students grow in their knowledge and become more motivated to learn and excel in their studies.
"Learning never exhausts the mind."- Da Vinci I did my undergrad at San Diego State University in Child and Family Development. During my undergrad I worked at Head Start as substitute teacher for about a year. I also began working as a tutor/behavioral therapist with ACES, which is a company that works with children with autism and special needs. After working at this organization I found
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My undergrad was in Child & Family development from San Diego State University and I have taken specialized classes in Disabilities in Society and Children with special needs. I also have been working for an organization called ACES for over one year now, which works with children with autism and special needs (Down's syndrome, Aspergers). I also have RBT (Registered Behavioral Technician) License.
I tutored a young girl who went to a private Catholic school for 5 years in Religion. I also did Bible Studies for kids every Sunday for about a year, planning projects, and setting up material, prayers. and verses from the Bible to review.
I tutored for 5 years in Religion and did Bible Studies for 2 years. In Religion I tutored a young girl who went to a private school. I made sure to read each chapter with her and ask her comprehension questions to make sure she understood the material. In Bible Studies I would make creative projects for the children to make it easier for them to understand.
I am currently in Nursing school. I passed the TEAS with high 80s and still have all my study material to assist future nursing students.