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...I also love grammar, spelling, and proofreading in general! I am a certified teacher for grades K-8 and have been teaching for 9 years. I am an elementary bilingual teacher, so I have extensive experience in working with students who need to learn the complexity of English phonics, especially the vowels.

...I use the IEP (if there is one) as a guide for instruction. I understand what it is like to be a dyslexic student, and I have successfully tutored dyslexia children for 12 years. I have also taken some classes in special Education working toward certification.

...I greatly enjoy supporting and connecting with students to help them understand the **math**. I am currently in graduate school, pursuing a Master's degree in Mathematics with a concentration in Actuarial Science. I greatly enjoy the work that **math** requires, applying concepts and equations to solve problems.

...I would work at the student's pace and make sure they understand the basics since you do a large amount of work with equations which are problems with an equal sign in them. There is a bunch of adding, subtracting multiplying and dividing in these problems. My substitute teaching experience in ...

...I've used tutors before (as a student) so I know how they work and what works well. Every person is different and I'd love to help find a way for each person to learn the subjects the struggle with! I love working with people and encouraging someone through a difficult task.I've taken courses in zoology at Ohio State as well with worked in animal care environments.

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