My pathway to tutoring is a process that has been building, stone by stone, for most of my life. Whether it was keeping the younger children entertained in daycare, leaving hand-written stories at the kitchen table when I went home from a night of babysitting, or being a group leader at summer camp, I have always enjoyed helping others learn.
I received my Bachelor's of English with an emphasis in creative writing from the University of Colorado at Denver in 2011. I have continued to pursue advanced education, and I am currently working toward my teaching license.
As a tutor, I want each of my students to come away from our sessions feeling less frustrated and more hopeful about school. Everyone learns at a different pace and in different ways. I believe that with patience, positive thinking, and practice, I can help each student to discover the way that they learn best and put it into action.
University of Colorado Denver - Bachelors, English - Creative Writing
What is your teaching philosophy?
Learning shouldn't be something scary or uncomfortable. No one should have to be afraid to ask questions, especially since everyone learns in a different way. My goal is to support, encourage, and teach in a way that promotes individuality and confidence.