I'm Teacher Amy AE.
I am from Pennsylvania. I have been a teacher for over fifteen years. I am a certified early childhood and elementary education teacher. I have a Master’s of Education degree with a reading specialist certification. I also have a TESOL certificate. I have degrees in psychology, history, biology, and political science. I have taught over 25, 000 English classes online. I also teach reading, social studies, and science classes. I love to volunteer at the library and museum in my spare time.
I teach English and novel studies on Blue Sky Education. I also offer homework help, and I am available to teach history and science classes by request. I love teaching online and helping students around the world learn new skills.
I look forward to having classes with you!
- 1-on-1 English Class–ESOL: $20
- Book Club: $20
- 1-on-1 Reading Classes–Reading Specialist: $20
- Homework Help: $20
- Science and History Classes: $20
A minimum of 5 classes must be purchased at a time.
- Adhere to all Blue Sky Education Policies.
- Communication: Please send a message to Teacher Amy within if your child cannot come to class within 2 hours of our scheduled class time. We can reschedule for another day or time if I receive the message prior to 2 hours before class is to begin.
- Student-No-Show – If your child does not come to his or her class as scheduled, you will forfeit that class. Exceptions can be made for emergencies. Please communicate with Teacher Amy as soon as possible and we will work to reschedule.
- Teacher Rescheduling: If Teacher Amy has an emergency or is sick, your class will be rescheduled. Teacher Amy will make every effort to communicate with you before class.
- IT issues – If we have any major technical issues during class during class, we will reschedule the class. If we experience any ongoing technical issues, we will work together to solve them so that your child can student has the best experience possible.
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