I am Danielle, from New Lenox, IL.
I teach 5th grade ELA and Science. I have also been an RTI/Title I teacher working with grades K-6. I have spent most of my life since I was sixteen working with children in the field of education— it is something that I am incredibly passionate about. My favorite thing in the world is watching a student learn, grow, and overcome their biggest challenges.
I have a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from North Central College.
I have worked in the field of childcare and education since I was sixteen:
- 5th grade ELA and Science teacher at Calumet City SD (current)
- Title I teacher (grades K-6) at Schaumburg SD
- Tutor at A Grade Ahead (all subjects)
- Lead teacher at Chesterbrook Academy for two years
- Assistant teacher at Cheaterbrook academy for two years
- Private nanny for three years
Please contact me if you need a tutor in Reading, Writing, Grammar, or Science.
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I like to get to know my student’s interests and learning styles, and familiarize myself with the content they will be studying so that I may provide the best tutoring session possible.
- Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education
- 8.5 years of experience working with students of all ages
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I have dreamed about being a teacher since I was very small. I used to play “School” in my basement with my grandma. I am passionate about helping people grow academically. I always knew this was the calling for me.
I worked as a Title I teacher and RTI teacher where I taught both struggling learners and gifted learners. I have taught all age groups and am familiar with their skills and abilities.
This past school year I had a student in my class who, in August, told me he hated reading. I learned that this was because he was not a strong reader. I worked with him daily to improve his skills, comprehension, and fluency, and by the end of the year, he not only enjoyed reading but showed significant academic growth in that subject area.
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