Tutoring is my passion!! I really enjoy having the opportunity to work one one one with my students to help them attain their individual goals and promote their individual strengths!! I have completed coursework required for a Masters degree to teach English Literature/ Language Arts and English as a second language (ESL) and have 10 years experience teaching in nontraditional settings. I seek to inspire others to accomplish great things academically and to have fun while accomplishing those goals. I am motivated to work with others and fully utilize my creativity and individual skills to promote lifelong learning.
Creates a caring, student-centered environment for learning, encouraging the enjoyment of all subjects to include Grammar, Science, History, Geography, Math, Latin, Fine Arts, and historical timeline within the perimeters of the Classical Conversations model. Designed and delivered engaging lectures and motivating lessons to students. Modified assignments and activities to meet the learning needs of individual students. Prepared students for later grades by encouraging them to explore learning opportunities with a growth mindset.
Taught the English language to Japanese students age 4 years old to 77 years old, both in group and individual setting.
Exhibited leadership skills through the preparation and facilitation of a culture through Halloween, Christmas, and Easter parties, summer events, shared cuisine, and cultural experiences. Adapted teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests. Met with parents and guardians to discuss their children's progress and to determine priorities for their children and their resource needs.Instructed students individually and in groups, using various research based teaching methods such as lectures, discussions, demonstrations, hands on, Collaborative and independent work, utilizing the creativity and individuality of each student to include all of Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences.. Assigned and grade classwork and homework, both Formatively and summatively.