I have great references from the several universities where I have served as a visiting professor, as well as from the national parks in which I have served as an interpretive ranger.
At the college level, I have taught American History, Indian History, African American History, the History of U. S. Immigration and Sociology. My book, "Indians at Hampton Institute" (Univ. of Illinois Press), reveals the experiences of whites, blacks and Indians at this famous school near Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia.
In teaching, I attempt to locate a student's individual problems in various academic topics. Most common problems include lack of motivation, poor study habits, limited vocabulary, incorrect uses of verbal tenses, misspellings, and failure to consolidate items and become wordy. I am very sympathetic to most student's academic habits and like to talk to parents to learn their own takes on problems I might watch for, and what they want of me. I am easy to talk to personally and care about all peoples and creatures of the planet. As you learn, I learn myself, because education is not a one-way street.
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