Erin Rabidue

Global History

About Erin Rabidue

Erin Rabidue holds an M.A. in Anthropology as well as a B.A. in Anthropology and Political Science. She teaches US government and civics, world history, pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, biology, Spanish, English Language Arts (ELA) literature and writing. She has particular expertise in math and SAT preparation as well as college-level anthropology and political science.

Ms. Rabidue has worked as a tutor for ten years and is a certified online instructor. She has also worked as an ETS-certified rater for SAT tests. Her mother was born and raised in Mexico and so grew up in being exposed to Spanish.

As a math teacher, her methodology is to find concepts a student is struggling with and reteach it as many times and in as many different ways as necessary and then practice, practice, practice.

One of her greatest successes was in helping a high school senior go from a failing grade in algebra II to a B+. The student was then eligible for an athletic scholarship and he eventual went on to become a special education teacher.

According to Ms. Rabidue, “I’m dedicated to every student. I believe that I have not succeeded unless they have. When I’m working with a student I’m all – I came to teaching to make a difference in the world one student at a time.”

  • Global History
  • US History
  • Algebra 1
  • ELA