Tutoring with Jill is a service I am happy to provide to a variety of learners. Contact me for a free consultation so we can set up a plan that works for you, your learner and for your family.
Jill Vengerik has been teaching elementary school aged children, in both public and private schools, since 2005. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Education and her Masters of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus on social justice from Loyola University in Baltimore, MD. She has worked in Maryland, California and New Jersey as a certified teacher and as a private tutor for children ages 4 to 13. She was voted Teacher of the Year at her school in Baltimore County in 2013.
With every learner I am engaging, personal and flexible. I take time to connect with and get to know someone before jumping into any assignment or task. Relationships are an important part of the learning process, and they help create a space of comfort and trust in which one can learn and grow.
What Other’s Say About Tutoring with Jill
Jill worked with my daughter through an extremely challenging year of her life. Jill was able to navigate the waters with skill, grace, and an experienced eye that could pick up nuanced behaviors while also maintaining steadfast emotional support and patience. She created an environment where all types of learning were valued but also held the academic goals in sight. Jill makes you feel welcomed, at ease, and has a great sense of humor. She was always able to meet us where we were at and provide empowering support while also holding a compassionate space. She is an extremely talented teacher and a rare gem of a person.
Helping my daughter navigate through 4th grade math was a challenge, to say the least. We hired Jill to help our daughter make sense of the material. The minute she sat down with her I knew she was going to help her. Jill was organized, knowledgeable, patient and enthusiastic. She not only helped my daughter with the work but ended up changing my daughters outlook on math all together. Jill gave her confidence and motivation in her approach to new material. We need more teachers like you, Jill! Keep up the good work!