Liberty University (English)
Liberty University (Master's)
Hi! My name is Sara. I have graduated from Liberty University with a Bachelors of Arts in English, maintaining a 3.4GPA, and am currently enrolled in their Master of Arts in Teaching: Concentrating in English where I have maintained a 4.0 GPA. I am two courses shy of completing my degree of which I have truly enjoyed going through. As you may have noticed from my degrees, I love English especially reading and grammar but other facets such as writing also are a strong interest.
I love children and young adults and love seeing them grow and learn. I find it very rewarding to see the light bulb turn on and through time grow brighter. I have always wanted to be a teacher but to be honest my most favorite setting is tutoring because I can focus on one child, their need and the goals they need to accomplish. I have done one-on-one tutoring at the Center downtown as well as a Liberty Christian Academy. For two years, I worked at Liberty University as the Tutoring Coordinator of the Tutoring/Testing Center where I gained a lot of knowledge and value for the tutoring program.
My philosophy of education is focused on the student learning through the best means they have for understanding the material. In other words, I structure my teaching to focus on exactly how the specific student learns, whether they are visual, auditory, kinesthetic among many other learning styles. My desires is to capitalize on their strengths while also developing and improving their weaknesses.
I look forward to meeting you and working with you! Hi! My name is Sara. I have graduated from Liberty University with a Bachelors of Arts in English, maintaining a 3.4GPA, and am currently enrolled in their Master of Arts in Teaching: Concentrating in English where I have maintained a 4.0 GPA. I am two courses shy of completing my degree of
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