I have a BA degree in English with focuses in Education and Theatre from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA. I have been tutoring for over 7 years in the subject of English which specifically includes sub-topics of Literature, Writing, Grammar, Spelling, Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension, Speaking and ESL. I particularly enjoy writing and literature focuses as these subjects give opportunity for creativity and are fun! Additionally, I have a strong focus in Theatre which includes acting, directing and playwriting with over 20 years experience in this area.
With tutoring, my style is to determine your style...your learning style. I believe you are best helped and can succeed if I know whether you are an auditory or visual or hands-on learner (or any combination). I also enjoy giving an assessment based on your subject area(s) where you need the most assistance so I can determine your strengths and weaknesses. I will then offer a plan for your success and begin working with you on enhancing your subject area. Carpe Diem for we will begin a day of positive change! Take steps forward and the effort is well worth achieving SUCCESS! I enjoy tutoring because I like to help others meet goals in life and see their productivity. It is awesome when I hear "I passed the test!" or "I got the job!" or "Thank you for helping me grow. We did it!" Teaming with an individual on a mission to succeed is honoring and well worth the time.
My hobbies include hanging out with family, writing, theatre, watching college football, playing tennis and I run a non-profit local to my area which activates wholesome arts as a form of giving back to the community.
Undergraduate Degree: Old Dominion University - Bachelor in Arts, English
Theatre, playwriting, directing plays, watching college football, tennis
College Application Essays
College Level American Literature
High School English
High School Level American Literature
High School Writing
IB Literature and Performance
Middle School Writing
Study Skills and Organization
Technology and Coding