I just recently graduated from Southern Methodist University with a B.S. in anthropology and a B.A. in psychology. During those four years in Texas I learned that I love to help people learn. I discovered this through being an NCAA diver for my division 1 school. I coached young children in springboard diving on my free time and through sharing my love of sports with them I was able to teach them how to move their body in a safe yet fun manner. Since then I have decided that I too would enjoy helping those of all ages.
Being an anthropologist and psychologist enables me to understand and communicate efficiently in various social, cultural and psychological settings. By using the skills I have been taught I can share that knowledge with others in what I hope to achieve as a fun and productive manner.
I want the best for my students and I encourage feedback because this is a learning experience for me as well.
I am qualified to teach anthropology as I graduated with various honors from my university. Through internship experience (Dallas County Medical Examiners Office and Save the Chimps through Lynn University), independent studies, and many classes I am equipped to teach those within this field.
I attended a 6 week archaeological excavation for field-school in Taos New Mexico. I became certified in site surveying as well as got to partake in a repatriation process of human remains belonging to Pot Creek Pueblo.
Psychology I am qualified in through school and my current job. I work with patients with mood, anxiety and personality disorders on the daily. I also worked with chimpanzees that have personality disorders and helped conduct research in building personality profiles for each of the chimps.
I am an avid yogi. I do power yoga six days a week, on my own and in a studio. I have my own yoga social media channel that is dedicated to my practice and sharing what I learn with others. By the end of this year I will do my teacher-training and become fully certified.
Learning does not have to be something we dread. I would rather make it a process that is understandable as well as interesting. I want to make an environment that way concepts are understood in a more complete manner causing the student to better retain the information for not only a classroom setting but allowing him/her to bring that knowledge with them into their everyday lives. Please contact me if you feel that I am a good match. I just recently graduated from Southern Methodist University with a B.S. in anthropology and a B.A. in psychology. During those four years in Texas I learned that I love to help people learn. I discovered this through being an NCAA diver for my division 1 school. I coached young children in springboard diving on my free time and through sharing my
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