...I am also a college graduate with math credits up to pre-calculus and statistics. In high school I complete college level (AP) English and continued on to research and British Literature. I feel I can confidently teach K-6 elementary studies in both the English language and American Sign Language because I have the direct experience.
Waterbury, CTView Tutor
...I am fluent in Spanish and spent part of my undergraduate years living and studying in Latin America. My senior thesis involved conducting interviews entirely in Spanish in Nicaragua. I have students reconstruct the unit circle so they fully understand it.
Cheshire, CTView Tutor
...What does this all mean? I care about people, I am a proficient communicator, I am technologically savvy and I can help you. As a special education advocate my desire is to work with you and your family to ensure that that your child with special needs is receiving all of the supports afforded him/her by the law.
Wolcott, CTView Tutor
...It is my goal to offer the guidance, support, and recognition which will encourage these students to explore those opportunities and to master the challenges. How do I strive to accomplish this? It is imperative for me to be thoroughly proficient in my discipline, intellectually stimulating and academically demanding, and to nurture student growth and independence.
Monroe, CTView Tutor
...I am a graduate of the University of Connecticut's teacher education program. I am certified to teach K-6 elementary (any subject) and 7-12 Math. I was a middle school math teacher for three years and then a high school math teacher for two years.
Prospect, CTView Tutor