...While in college, I worked as a Spanish tutor and also as a Spanish teacher assistant in the college Elementary School. As soon as I graduated, I started working in a Private School teaching Spanish in the secondary level and also continued tutoring after school. For several years, I have been teaching Spanish in public schools, doing translations, and teaching in an after school program.
Cranston, RIView Tutor
...Many special needs students struggle with prealgebra skills. I have developed extensive strategies and techniques for teaching these skills to students across a broad range of ability. Over the past 10 years I have used several remedial math programs including, but not limited to, Touch Math, Ten Marks and Cloud Nine.
Framingham, MAView Tutor
I am a transplant from Illinois to Rhode Island. My background has prepared me to fulfill expectations you would hope for in a caring, patient, thorough, innovative, creative English/Spanish bilingual teacher/trainer/tutor with a strong work ethic. I am comfortable working with a range of age groups from preschool-age children to college students to administrators and corporate personnel.
Rumford, RIView Tutor
Teaching Spanish as a foreign language is about conveying information to students in an interesting way and communicating a love and passion for the Spanish language. I use a wide range of course books, other materials and a variety of audio-visual aids. There is a strong emphasis on dialogue and role-playing, but more formal exercises, language games and literature are also used.
Worcester, MAView Tutor
...I am going to start teaching Spanish part time in the fall. Public speaking is something many of us are scared of and yet it is an essential skill needed for various careers and everyday life. I was a shy girl who started public speaking at eight years old by performing in various plays.
Westwood, MAView Tutor