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University of New Hampshire
in progress (Graduate Coursework)
Through the degrees I am currently working towards at the University of New Hampshire, I will become triple-certified to teach Theatre, American History, and English in a Secondary Education environment. I have taken advantage of student teaching opportunities in schools in Durham and Sommersworth, NH as well as Millbury and Shrewsbury, MA.
Additionally, I have facilitated workshops involving aspects of theatre, history, writing, social justice, improvisation, public speaking, problem-based learning, and conflict resolution through various outlets at UNH and in the community (most recently at New Hampshire Theatre Project in Portsmouth). Though I aspire to teach high school after I receive my graduate degree and teaching licenses in 2015, I have experience and would feel comfortable teaching students of any age. I am an enthusiastic, dynamic, intrinsically-driven individual who enjoys teaching and learning as much as creating a fun, comfortable learning environment for students. I have experience teaching many students who consider themselves non-traditional learners and I am more than happy to accomodate their needs. Through the degrees I am currently working towards at the University of New Hampshire, I will become triple-certified to teach Theatre, American History, and English in a
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