I have enjoyed working with students in six countries and have published articles in my specialty in five languages. About half of my experience has been with adults and young adults, particularly in essay writing, an essay writing for magazine publication. I started teaching as an undergraduate as an advisor at the Harvard Writing Center (essay writing), and at the same time as an unpaid TA (teacher assistant) handling teloscopy (astronomy) at the Harvard Science Center and Center For Astrophysics (CFA). In my student teaching days, however, my students were in middle and high school (Malden Public Schools and Cambridge Ringe & Latin H.S. respectively). In addition to English--as elsewhere indicated--I also handle general science, social studies, college apl essay editing, and development of proper study habits. (I do not have training for elementary (
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I am qualified in English grammar and writing (published in 5 languages). I began tutoring in essay and report writing at the Harvard Writing Center, working there until I became a senior. I went on to become a travel writer posted to East Asia and a professor at Hannam University. Upon returning to the States, I taught for UMASS at both the Fall River and Dartmouth campuses.
I have recently written a full length book of essays.