Florida Sate (PhD)
My experience as a teacher/tutor spans 40 years at various levels of learning. Initially I taught learning disabled hearing grade level students. My military career included courses in Medical Laboratory Technology and service in field hospitals in Korea. After completing an A.B.degree (which was interrupted for lack of funds, hence the military service, which when completed, I resumed my college education)I commenced instructing biology in a college. My first M.S. degree was focused on Biology with activity in microbial genetic research. Having completed the M.S. degree I served over two years on the Hospital Ship HOPE in North Africa and in the Caribbean in the specialties of histology, and immunohematology. At the same time I instructed residents of each country. Upon completion of my service with the HOPE I taught biological science courses for 23 years at a college for deaf and hard of hearing students. Courses which I taught ranged from Biology, Medical Technology, to Electron Microscopy. I completed a second M.S. degree in Instructional Technology and completed a Ph.D in Instructional Design and Development(IDD). I replicated my dissertation research in Australia and was awarded a Fellowship at Melbourne University in Melbourne, Australia. I enjoyed a seven year period focusing on Anatomy and Physiology courses which included laboratory cadaver. Along the way I became a photographer and Real Estate broker. Upon retirement I instructed at an American college in Germany and taught Biology at five United States military bases. My focus is on individualized instruction which served as a platform for instructing the diverse populations that I have had the pleasure of teaching. My students have ranged from 4th graders (math, ESL, reading, writing) to independent interactions with hearing, deaf, military, foreign, and American students through college level. As a personal note I enjoy travel, deep sea fishing, photography, genealogical research, civic and church activities/projects, and reading. Thank you.
My experience as a teacher/tutor spans 40 years at various levels of learning. Initially I taught learning disabled hearing grade level students. My military career included courses in Medical Laboratory Technology and service in field hospitals in Korea. After completing an A.B.degree (which was interrupted for lack of funds, hence the military
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I have extensive teaching experience at the college level in the areas of Anatomy & Physiology, from introductory to advanced, which included the use of both male and female cadavers.
I have 40 years experience teaching biology and related biological topics. I have taught disadvantage students (mentally disadvantaged and deaf students), foreign students. American students, and military and civilian adults.