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Edgar

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When children have so many odds against them such as poverty, language barriers, undocumented status, family issues, a learning disability, and society's low expectations, how can they possibly succeed? I myself had to overcome many of these barriers growing up, but a teacher believed in me, and I learned to believe in myself. I know that education needs a team effort I want to be part of that team. As educators, we are aware of the disparities and we can take action in making a difference in education for our students. My passion is education and with it, we can revolutionize the lives of students who are working to achieve their dreams. As a teacher, I plan to become the difference that all of my students need and to reach as many of my students as possible. While I know it is impossible to transform, shape and motive all students to strive for higher education, I will try my very best to motivate them to be the best they can be. Im sure that I will be able to help many students to become our new leaders. I am happy to work with my students and to help them achieve their goals.

My education at UCSB and my years of experience as an educator are great tools that I am more than happy to use, and share with my students. in order to help them reach their goals. On my free time I like to read, go to the gym, and spend time with my friend watching movies or playing video games. I am super excited to start working together as a team to reach our goals.

Edgar’s Qualifications

Education & Certification

Undergraduate Degree: University of California-Santa Barbara - Bachelors, Spanish

Graduate Degree: Loyola Marymount University - Current Grad Student, Education

Hobbies

Dancer, I like to spend time watching international films, trying new food, and working out.

Tutoring Subjects

Conversational Spanish

Languages

Spanish

Spanish 1

Spanish 2

Spanish 3

Spanish 4


Q & A

What is your teaching philosophy?

Try new activities, projects, and work styles. Create a lesson that uses the student's knowledge and reinforces their learning.