My beginning in the world of tutoring and teaching was as a high school sophomore. I was blessed to be able to skip high school classes in the afternoons and travel to Wilson Elementary School where I would assist teaching third grade for a teacher who was battling cancer and unable to withstand a full day of class. It was there that I was later paired with a student with a very specific learning disability and gained a passion for helping those to whom learning is more difficult (but possibl...
My undergraduate degree in Psychology; as the practicum placements and work studies assigned to me for this degree completion; qualifies me to work with ADD/ADHD children and youth, and gave me first-hand knowledge of doing so through working at the Shedd Research Academy.
I worked at the Shedd Research Academy with children with ADD/ADHD and Dyslexia, assisting constructing models-of-learning and tutoring for their specific needs. My education and background with these populations qualifies me for tutoring of such individuals.