I believe all students can learn academic content, my job as a tutor is to help them discover the keys to academic success. Since 2014, I have worked with students at all levels who have IEPs, 504 Plans, Service Plans and in General Education. My primary concentration includes improvement in Reading, English Language Arts, and Social Studies for all grade levels and Math and Science for grades K-5. I also have assisted students design and implement customized organization systems and time management processes. I look forward to discussing our services with you.
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new student?
The typical process for working with a new student includes a free 20-30 minute initial meeting with the student and a parent/guardian. During this meeting we will review areas of concern and materials and most importantly, get to know one another. If we move forward with tutoring services, we will meet at an agreed location, I find local libraries are most conducive to effective tutoring. I ask that I be provided with materials that the student finds challenging and needs help. I also have my own materials that I have found effective.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I have a Bachelor of Arts degree from John Carroll University, have completed the coursework for Mild to Moderate Intervention Specialist through Notre Dame College and I have passed the Ohio licensing examinations for General Education Teaching K-12 and Mild to Moderate Intervention Specialist.
Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.
My pricing is $35 per hour.
If a family has special circumstances and/or have more than one student for whom they need tutoring, we can discuss other pricing.
How did you get started teaching?
After careers as a paralegal and insurance claims adjuster, I decided to pursue my lifelong dream of becoming a Special Education Teacher.