I absolutely love teaching! Nothing is more exciting than working with students through their mistakes, "Aha!" moments, challenges, and victories to help them achieve their full learning potential. I recently moved back home after teaching fourth grade at the American International School of Bolivia for two years. My experience teaching a class of 27 students, some of whom had been diagnosed with learning disabilities, has helped me develop a variety of tools and strategies to help students learn in the most effective and engaging ways possible. Every student learns differently, and I enjoy using data and feedback to determine the best way to help them reach their goals. Not only do I have experience with French and Spanish languages, but have also spent time living in French and Spanish speaking countries and would be able to help prospective students plan for trips and/or other cultural exchange events. I am also happy to help with Math, SAT Prep, Reading, Writing, Grammar, and other English skills. I look forward to working with you!
Undergraduate Degree: Marlboro College - Bachelor in Arts, Psychology
Graduate Degree: University of Maryland-College Park - Masters in Education, Education
Writing, cooking, singing, and photography
High School English
Study Skills and Organization