Christine Hanvey-Carroll is presently a middle school teacher on Staten Island and was the 2012 recipient of the Senator Lanza Teacher of the Year Award. Christine is currrently pursuing her doctorate in education. She began teaching 25 years ago in a Catholic School. It is there that she began preparing students for the TACHS and SAT exams as well as for other standardized exams. She moved onto teaching at a private high school and then to a public school , until she settled into her current position as a middle school teacher. She has been teaching in this capacity for the past 20 years. Recently, she has obtained the additional position of lead teacher for the prestigious NYC Urban Advantage program. She has also worked as an adjunct professor for a local college for 6 years. Christine is a member of the National Science Teachers Association and the Learning Disabilities Association of America. She has also been trained in the Orton Gillingham methodology. She has always maintained ties with both the private and public communities. As a parishioner of a local church, she has been a volunteer for many charities. Furthermore, she contributes to her community by volunteering at various venues on Staten Island, most notably she leads an annual backpack drive for homeless students. Christine is excited and motivated by her newest venture - serving the needs of the community by offering affordable, quality tutoring services at her home based center in Eltingville. She has always believed that all students can achieve success when properly motivated and directed.
Christine welcomes the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the most affordable and best tutoring services in the industry.
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