When I work with a student, I want to know everything I can about how he or she learns. I believe that all of us have our own ways of taking in information. And sometimes these ways are quite unique. When teachers label students “learning disabled,” I quickly translate those terms: instead of adhering to labels, I see my students as having their own learning styles.
In order to write well, one must master the rules of writing. These rules include grammar, syntax, and usage. I make learning these rules interesting. I also promote reading great writers and learning new vocabulary. After all, our English language has the largest vocabulary of any language in the world!
I am an experienced writer and a compassionate teacher who provides patient and supportive instruction in all aspects of composition.