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Fort Valley State University (Social Work)
Savannah State University (Master's)
Hi my name is Lacey and I am a primary school teacher for children with learning disabilities. I make learning fun and easy. During my last year of graduate school I tutored kids in our youth program. I am also very good with Microsoft Office Suite and other computer programs. I am very patient and will make sure that you understand what is going on before the session is over.
I majored in Social Work and Psychology and Sociology have the same principles and basics.
I took a course in public speaking in my undergraduate studies. I did Easter speeches all through grade school. I speak in church and I am a teacher. I have also performed in plays.
All through high school I used MS PowerPoint and through my college career. Currently at my church I do the announcements on PowerPoint.
I promise you will have fun learning and will change your viewpoint on school and whatever subject you are having trouble on. Hi my name is Lacey and I am a primary school teacher for children with learning disabilities. I make learning fun and easy. During my last year of graduate school I tutored kids in our youth program. I am also very good with Microsoft Office Suite and other computer programs. I am very
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