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Clark University (History)
Cornell University (Master's)
University of Wisconsin-Madison (PhD)
I am an interdisciplinary scholar with over a decade of experience teaching, curriculum development, and assessment of student learning objectives at college-level and K-12. I possess a Ph.D. in Art History and have taught ELA, Reading,History and Social Studies.
I am a friendly, supportive educator who cares about student learning and development of necessary skills to successfully complete and advance in studies. I utilize various technologies and hands-on experiences to enhance learning processes. Every student is unique and different. Every tutoring session is designed to meet student's needs. I am an interdisciplinary scholar with over a decade of experience teaching, curriculum development, and assessment of student learning objectives at college-level and K-12. I possess a Ph.D. in Art History and have taught … Read more
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I have Ph.D.in Art History from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2009 (Material Culture Certification). I studied American art, with a focus on painting, photography, print, and sculpture. I also studied African diaspora art and culture (sub-Saharan and Caribbean). In addition, I have almost a decade of experience teaching, curriculum development and assessment of student learning outcomes at college-level, K-12 and museum experiences.
Since 1995, I have served on the Cornell Alumni Admissions Ambassador Network.
From 1996-1999 I served as the assistant director of admissions for the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. I was promoted from minority recruitment to newly developed high school relations position after only six months at which time I undertook responsibility for all public relations for enrollment services and led admissions team in development and implementation of PeopleSoft recruitment modules.
I have personal experience having attended and successfully completed degrees at institutions classified as private, public, and worked/recruited for HBCU.
I have a Ph.D and have published poems, art entries, and continue to remain current in the field.
As a college professor/academician, I have presented and published on a variety of topics including art history, history, and college admissions process which require the highest level of public speaking skills in order to communicate complex concepts. I have also served as the public relations person for various administrative departments at the University level.
In all my work with students as adviser for undergraduate capstone projects, college professor whose courses require oral presentations, and coordinator of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater campus guide/ambassador program, I have always trained students in methods, techniques, and ways to overcome fear of public speaking.
I have taught ELA in K-12 grades and been an active member of several University based Reading and Writing committees charged to develop curriculum, assess standards and develop examinations that test students reading skills.
As a former college professor who works in non profit sector I am responsible for proofreading, editing and writing proposals and other official documents for a broad audience.
I have recently assisted in one of several Harvard Reading programs based in the Rockaways that witnessed an average 79% increase in their scores from the fall testing.
In addition, I currently work with improving literacy skills for adult learners who are reading for the first time in their lives.
I possess a Ph.D. (art history-University of Wisconsin 2009), a master's degree (Africana studies- Cornell University 1995) and baccalaureate (history/education-Clark University 1993) in interdisciplinary fields with an emphasis on education.
I have served as interim chair, director of visual arts program, coordinator of museum studies, adviser, and taught at the college level for 5+ years with an average 3.5 in teaching evaluations (proof of evaluation available upon request).
I have developed an international curriculum, worked as a fourth grade English and science teacher and served as a substitute teacher in the New Castle county, Delaware region for K-12.
I have published an article through the New York University Faculty Research Network on-line journal about teaching study skills, assessment models, the development of rubrics for grading, and academic excellence.
Experienced college professor