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Tidewater Community College
Hello! My name is Miss Jenn. I work with students to discover and work with their unique learning style. I use "out of the box" methods to help children with learning challenges learn to love LEARNING. For special needs reading and writing help we might use anything from letter and picture magnets, to writing in shaving foam or sand. I work with manipulatives and fun items to assist children who may be intimidated by "math" to discover their potential. My philosophy is that any child can learn, given the opportunity. I work with the student and parents to discover a method that will succeed. I began working with special needs students in my high school's mentoring program. I went to TCC to study Early Childhood intervention with the goal of becoming a special education teacher. God had other plans. I worked for Chesapeake Public school in the cross category special ed. dept before starting a family. My daughters both have special needs, which has created within me a desire to help other struggling children. Since that time I have worked with students tutoring in my home as well as at our home school cooperative, helping them to unlock the wonderful world of the written word. I would prefer students come to my home, however can work with you in Suffolk. Hello! My name is Miss Jenn. I work with students to discover and work with their unique learning style. I use "out of the box" methods to help children with learning challenges learn to love LEARNING. For special needs … Read more
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