My approach is one lesson at a time. Since I am new to this, I plan to base my lessons off of what the students would like to learn first. If I deem that particular lesson to be too advanced, I plan to come back to after we have cover some more basic skills first.
I am a new teacher hoping to spread some wisdom through cooking and/ or baking. I like to keep things fun so as to in return keep my potential students engaged. I really love to do this, and sometimes kids need that extra push to continue doing something they enjoy.
My cancelation policy: please give me a 24 hour notice if cancelling. I will need this time to update my next class.
*I am currently in college for a degree in Social Work
* I work in customer service.
*When I was a junior in high school, I received an award in Home Economics without actually participating in a class. I was 1st in North Carolina. (I did my own research to prepare me)
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