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University of Phoenix (Business Management)
University of Phoenix (MBA)
I have prepared and delivered lectures to undergraduate and/or graduate students on topics such as E-commerce, Consumer Economics, Computer Concepts, College Math, Professional Resource Development, and Conversational Spanish.
I am a native Spanish speaker with graduate degree in Spanish Studies from Bakersfield College. In fact, I teach Spanish I & II at private career college. And I have served as career services representative and job developer for county agencies and private career colleges.
I am a supporter of active and continuous learning and a strong believer of active interaction to secure active participation of students and help them develop confidence in their understanding, comprehension and utilization of the material being learned while providing consistent review for students to become creative in the presentations to ensure skill in their active ways to demonstrate proficiency of knowledge in the material being learned.
In summary, my commitment as a teacher/instructor role is to secure a learning environment that is interesting and exciting; as well as challenging and demanding to empower students to further their learning and knowledge by demonstrating skill and proficiency as the development of multiple assessment strategies provides flexibility to measure and continue developing student learning regardless of the student's learning styles.
I have prepared and delivered lectures to undergraduate and/or graduate students on topics such as E-commerce, Consumer Economics, Computer Concepts, College Math,
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