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Baylor University (English)
I studied English, journalism, and political science in college and returned to college to work more in education and Spanish. I have lived all over the world and learned Spanish as a child when my father was teaching on the university level in Mexico and Paraguay. I have taught Spanish and math in private schools and home-schooled my daughters through elementary school.
I love helping students conquer their educational fear and become successful in their classes. Working one on one helps me meet the specific needs of a student.
I have taught and tutored math for many students through the years. As one who struggled to learn and become proficient in math, I bring a unique perspective to students who struggle.
I spoke Spanish as a child while in Mexico and Paraguay, including attending going to school in Spanish half a day while in middle school. I have also taken almost 30 hours in college coursework and have been and am a Spanish teacher.
Having student multiple languages, I have had to learn grammar from several different perspectives. As an English major in college, my focus was more than literature and included language and how it works.
A good tutor makes the complicated or seemingly impossible quite clear and easily understood. That is what I will do for you so you will be successful! I studied English, journalism, and political science in college and returned to college to work more in education and … Read more
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