...I have also been a professional editor of nonfiction books, and served as editor for a professional organization of computer engineers, editing papers for books to be distributed at conferences and other professional gatherings. I often edited several books at the same time. I co-authored a quilt history research paper in 1994 for the American Quilt Study Group.
Yucaipa, CAView Tutor
...A graduate from California State University San Bernardino; Linguistics and Creative Writing are my expertise. I have a degree in both. I also have a robust background in K-12 subject areas because of my 12 year career experience in education!
Murrieta, CAView Tutor
...Pre-algebra is an essential building block to the rest of a student's understanding in the field of mathematics. It is one of the first classes where variables are involved, (known as "letters" to the kids), so it is important to teach the concept of "letters" correctly. With me, those letters would be soon understood as variables!
Encinitas, CAView Tutor
...I have completed the CSUSM credential program, as a part of the Arts Integrated Curriculum Cohort, in May 2007 with an SB2042 Multiple Subject Credential, Authorization to teach English Learners. I completed my student teaching in Kindergarten, Second and Third grade. During my time as a substitute teacher I have taught all elementary grade levels including resource classes.
Corona, CAView Tutor
...Aspergers is classified under the Mild/Moderate area. I have been teaching students with special needs (Mild/Moderate/Severe Disabilities) for more than 10 years. The eligibility of my students range from Specific Learning Disabilities, Autism (Aspergers, PDD-NOS, Mod/Sev Autism), Speech and Language Impairments, Other Health Impairments (ADD/ADHD), and Emotional Disturbance.
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