I have had extensive classroom teaching experience. I have taught both graduate and 'non-traditional'--i.e., working adults students in psychology, counseling, and social work.
I am an excellent writer and proofreader, and have been TEFL certified to teach English as a Second Language.
I have worked with students of many backgrounds, and am comfortable working with a wide range of educational issues.
I have been employed by several graduate schools in the Greater Boston area, and have extensive experience working in community-based organizations.
I enjoy teaching and training a great deal, and it gives me pleasure to see my students learn and grow.
I am outgoing and look forward to new challenges in my work with students. Positive feedback to my students seems to be the best way to both establish a good working relationship, and to motivate my students.
I am demanding without being unnecessarily critical; students asking for my assistance may have already had less than positive experiences in a more formal classroom setting.
I have spent a good deal of time working on basic skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing. I am available to work with individuals as well as small groups (3-5 students).
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