UC Santa Cruz (English)
Claremont Grad U (Master's)
UCLA (Graduate Coursework)
I have 25 years of experience working with at-risk learners, individualizing curriculum to meet each one's specific needs in English and all aspects of Middle School and High School Social Studies, including US History, World History, Pacific Northwest History, Government (Civics), and Economics. I have also had recent experience in tutoring K-6 students in Reading, Study, and Basic Math Skills.
I have 25 years of experience working with at-risk learners, individualizing curriculum to meet each one's specific needs in English and all aspects of Middle School and High School Social Studies, including US History, World History, Pacific Northwest History, Government (Civics), and Economics. I have also had recent experience in tutoring K-6
Great teacher. Teaches the lesson, then makes my child explain what he understood. Does it over and over again to make sure he understood then moves on the next topic. At the end, reviewed the lesson again. Thanks
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I have over 25 years of experience teaching U.S. History, including AP, on an individualized basis, both in person and online.
I have developed a course in job preparation skills which includes how to dress, what to expect from an interview, mock interviewing, and various life skills preparation. I have delivered this program to teenagers and adults.
I have thirty plus years of experience in working in individualized programs for all aspects of English including literature, grammar, composition, and proofreading.
I have 18 years of experience working with at-risk students to attain basic skills necessary to pass the GED.
I have 18 years of experience teaching non-readers to read using phonics. I also worked in the adult literacy program through the Los Agneles Library system in the late 1980s.
I have spent 18 years teaching special needs students at Maple Lane High School. This has included LD, MMR, EBD, and Aspergers students as well as mentally-ill students. I am also experienced in dealing with ADD and ADHD students. I have taken a number of courses in special education at West Florida University in Pensacola, Florida. I can provide course names and descriptions if you need them.
My major focus in educating at-risk students has been to teach and reinforce study skills for success in school (and life). This includes how to find the main idea and also how to eliminate answers in order to isolate the correct response.