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Lehigh University (Journalism)
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I am considered an innovative social studies teacher who uses students' names humorously in all anecdotes, concepts and situations I'm teaching. I use games and other fun methods to drill or reinforce material before an exam.
In my 20 years of teaching social studies, I have won numerous teaching awards for my teaching methodology from former students and administrators. I teach all areas of social studies, but my most recent emphasis the last seven years has been American History, Government/Criminal Law, Economics, and Latin American History.
As a high school teacher, I started my own law program and law library, seeking nationally-renowned guest speakers and going on field trips that will allow students to augment their hands-on teaching.
Further, I frequently employ my former skills as an editor and investigative reporter to enhance hands-on skills students must use in the social studies field.
I am available to teach and thoroughly efficient in the following subjects:
ALGEBRA I, AMERICAN HISTORY, ECOLOGY, ECONOMICS, ELEMENTARY SCIENCE, ENGLISH, EUROPEAN HISTORY, GEOGRAPHY, GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS, GRAMMAR, LAW, LITERATURE, PROOFREADING, READING, SAT READING, SAT WRITING, SPELLING, VOCABULARY, WORLD HISTORY, AND WRITING! I am considered an innovative social studies teacher who uses students' names humorously in all anecdotes, concepts and situations I'm teaching. I use games and other fun methods to drill or reinforce material before an exam.
In my 20 years of teaching social
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I always relate U.S. History to something contemporary in the newspaper or popular culture. I am great one-on-one and I'm considered dynamic and funny!
Get tutored by a professional investigative reporter and editor on newspapers and magazines!
I teach SAT Reading.
Award-winning instructor of world history...
I instruct students routinely on how to write a paper--and I was formerly a full-time editor and investigative reporter on newspapers and magazines.