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San Diego Community College
I was born in Lima, Peru to American parents studying there. We later moved to Geneva, Switzerland where I was enrolled in a small village school, learning French. I have an extensive teaching/tutoring background in both Spanish and French. I taught Conversational Spanish at Olympic College, Bremerton, WA, for 10 years. I was also a Spanish and French Tutor there previously. I was able to put myself through college by tutoring these subjects and assisting in the Foreign Language Department. I love to teach and tutor these languages and look forward to meeting new students. Over the years, I have developed new innovative and fun ways to learn! My teaching philosophy is to have fun while learning!
I was born in Lima, Peru to American parents studying there. We later moved to Geneva, Switzerland where I was enrolled in a small village school, learning French. I have an extensive teaching/tutoring background in both Spanish and
Susan is very patient in teaching me how to speak the language. She is gearing my sessions around how it would benefit my needs of learning Spanish. She answers any questions I may have. I enjoy and look forward to going to each session.
Susan has been very patient with my son and has helped not only his Spanish but his self esteem. Thank you.
I would highly recommend this tutor as she was friendly, well prepared and very skilled. A pleasure to work with.
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