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Tutor profile: Sollie G.

Sollie G.
Special Education Teacher and Principal, now retired

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About Sollie

About Sollie
I taught for 29 years in the public school system before working as a secondary school vice-principal and principal for eight years. My specialty was teaching students with special needs. Before that, I earned my Bachelor of Arts in psychology and my Masters in Education, all at McGill University in Montreal. I was born and grew up in Montreal. I retired in 2014 and have been working as a student supervisor with education students at McGill University since then.

Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience
Special Education teacher for 29 years. School administrator for 8 years. Tutored students at home during almost all of that time.
Education
McGill University
Education - Special Education
Master's Degree
1978 - 1980
McGill University
Psychology
Bachelor's Degree
1970 - 1975

Work Experience

Work Experience
Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board, Principal at Lake of Two Mountains High, Phoenix High, and Mountainview High during my last 5 years.
2009 - 2014
Previously taught both elementary and high school, as well as English as a Second Language

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