Having been a student myself for many years, I recall loving learning, but hating feeling unsuccessful. After studying and graduating with a B.S. in Elementary and Special Education, I am now on the other side of things, with a great realization of just how much is being asked of students. With high-stakes testing, high standards of expectations, and sometimes large class sizes, it's no wonder some students find themselves missing bits and pieces of information that they need to do their best.
As a teacher in the classroom, I'm dedicated to helping my students grow in their abilities, whatever it takes. Sometimes it isn't just about how I teach a concept to students-- it's about how I teach that one concept to that one student in particular. I find such an importance in individualizing instruction so that it is easy to understand and specific to student needs, and as a tutor, I hope to do the same.
Rhode Island College - Bachelors, Elementary Special Education
SAT Writing: 700
Elementary School Math
High School English
Study Skills and Organization