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University of Toledo (Accounting)
Univeristy of Toledo (MBA)
I have been an accounting instructor at the University of Toledo, Owens Community College and Terra Community College. I have a good working relationship with my students. Several of my students have asked me to be a reference for them in seeking employment and they recommend me to friends. I am patient with students so they can work on homework on their own, but with me by their side to help them when they get stuck. I use examples and terms that they will understand. I encourage them to ask questions and describe to me what they do not understand. My experience in the classroom helps understand the problems that they encounter.
I have thirty years of accounting experience. My work experience in addition to teaching includes being the first Internal Auditor for the University of Toledo, staff auditor with the international accounting firm KPMG Peat Marwick and Examiner IV for the Ohio State Auditor's Office. In 2011 I earned certification from the International Tutor Association. I have been an accounting instructor at the University of Toledo, Owens Community College and Terra Community College. I have a good working relationship with my students. Several of my students have asked me to be a reference for them in seeking employment and they recommend me to
David did a great job in helping understand concepts and terms that I could not grasp. After working with him, I was able to complete a successful paper and case assignment for my Financial Accounting course.
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