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I am a High School Instructor teaching English9, Speech/Oral Communication, School Newspaper Journalism, Theatre I-IV, Freshman Study Skills, & Resume Writing. I have been teaching for 6 years in my current position. I currently run a Drama Club after school on Thursdays so I am unable to tutor on that day, but I try to make myself available most evenings Monday-Wedenday & Saturday mornings. My Degrees include: Bachelor of Science in Education from Kent State University where I graduated with a 3.027 GPA. Masters Degree in Curriculum Technology Integration from Walden University where I graduated with a 4.0 GPA. Career Certification in 2 stroke / 4 stroke Engine Repair from Penn-Foster Career School.
|Type of Tutoring
English Language Arts:
Journalism, Public Speaking, Speech, Writing
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