With 12 years of professional teaching experience, I have a broad base of knowledge when it comes to content and instructional techniques to reach further diverse learners. In addition, I've served as a tutor to friends and their referrals in both college level and lower grades.
I enjoy sharing my passion for learning! I truly believe it is the key to a great future and starts a foundation to help us grow and prosper within all realms of our lives.
I love to instill confidence in learners, both adult and child, in whatever they feel uneasy about. I have had many privileged experiences in which I get to witness the "click" firsthand when a learner moves from unsure to confident in a skill or concept.
Ms. Brown was patient even when I was in panic mode over writing my APA-style research paper. Ms. Brown was able to clarify what the books made so difficult and I was able to finish my paper well before the due date. I will utilize Ms. Brown for all of my future paper writing!
She was very patient, she took time and mde sure things were understood before moving on to something different.
She was fun and patient and made sure the topic was mastered successfully.
She has helped me with any concerns I have and she is very professional.
My goal is to provide purposeful instruction in your area of need for either yourself or your child. I would like to informally talk by phone or email to make tutoring successful from the get go.
I have 12 years of classroom teaching experience in grades 1st through 8th in addition to tutoring through college level courses. I hold a Bachelor's in Psychology, Master's in Teaching, and currently in dissertation process for Doctorate in Curriculum and Instructional Leadership.
$40-45 per hour starting rate, price is dependent on need and tutoring location (area of travel)
Discount for multiple sessions or if group tutoring
I have always had a passion for learning. I believe strongly in the power of education and admired how influential my teachers were. I wanted to give that same powerful knowledge to others, and I knew that I would teach from very young.
I currently teach in a very diverse district with all levels of learners.
My robotics students placed first in a competition after working hard all year as brand new team, persevering over teams and robotics programs that have been together for 5 plus years.
You have to believe and trust in the process, including how you feed your mind. It's not that you CAN'T do it, you just CAN'T do it YET!
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