I have a passion working with young children and helping them realize their potentials. Volunteering in my kids’ school confirmed my beliefs that every child is capable. They only need to be inspired and provided with applicable methods to succeed in academic fields. I’m dedicated in achieving that with every child I work with.
First of all, I have been a straight A student. Whether during my graduate studies at Texas A&M, or through my current college learning, I have practiced and mastered effective methods that can significantly improve academic results in short period of time.
Second, in Wharton college, I’ve studied three psychology courses about child development, two college writing courses, one public speaking course, one philosophy course, and various other courses in science and arts, and I’m eager to apply what I learned into helping young people succeed in their own way.
Finally, going back to college after years of working and raising children, I found myself more reflective of what is worth learning in school and how to succeed academically. My practical experiences and academic backgrounds jointly enable me to help young children efficiently in any subject they take.
In addition, my bilingual way of thinking empowers me too. I have a special accent, but it only adds to a unique and insightful character that I’m proud to possess.