English, Reading, Writing, Psychology, Homework, Elementary, Middle School, Learning Disabilities, Organization, Time Management
Jesse is currently completing her graduate studies in Speech-Language Pathology at McGill University. Originally from northern British Columbia, Jesse has always been an honour roll student, for her high academic achievements, and recipient of awards that recognized her exceptional community service and fundraising efforts. Jesse earned her Bachelor’s degree from Carleton University in Ottawa with an Honours degree in Linguistics and a double minor in Psychology and American Sign Language (ASL). Her previous work experiences include a role as an elementary school-based Education Assistant where she worked one-on-one with students on the Speech and Language caseload. Jesse is an English-speaking tutor with conversational language skills in both Punjabi and American Sign Language (ASL). Additionally, Jesse has over 10 years of experience as an ice-skating program instructor for children aged 3 to 16. Alongside her natural enthusiasm for teaching, Jesse is passionate about ensuring that learning is accessible and individualized to the cognitive needs of each student who she collaborates with. Jesse’s approach to teaching is to personalize material to include each student’s strengths and interests, in order to promote a fun and dynamic learning environment, while also ensuring that student’s reach their academic goals. Jesse also places significant importance in fostering a safe space for students who are members of marginalized groups.