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University of Houston (PhD)
I have over 5 years of experience teaching and tutoring in US History, World History, and Western Civilization. I have an M.A. in history from the University of Houston and am currently a PhD candidate. In addition to tutoring, I am an adjunct history professor and licensed substitute social studies teacher in the Columbus area. I can help with content, essay-writing, study techniques, and test-taking. Working with and motivating students is my passion and I would love to help you succeed in your history courses, from middle school to graduate school.
I am generally easy-going and love sharing my knowledge and techniques for understanding history with others. I have tutored students as young as 12 and as old as 45 of varying ability and in various historical and geographical topics. Each student is unique and I try to cater specifically to the needs of the individual.
History is a joint and collective process. This is the way I teach - through collaboration between the student(s) and myself. Whether you need help studying, with essay writing, grasping historical concepts and relationships, or just figuring out why Europe is its own continent, I would be very happy to help. My schedule is flexible. Feel free to contact me with any questions. I have over 5 years of experience teaching and tutoring in US History, World History, and Western Civilization. I have an M.A. in history from the University of Houston and am currently a PhD candidate. In addition to
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