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University of Iowa, College of DuPage
University of Evansville (Enrolled)
Hello there, potential student;
I've taught writing workshops all over the country and can show you how to effectively compose an essay, write a book review or simply perform creative writing. I have published articles and stories as well as working for a gaming company producing game modules, so have an extensive background in practical writing of all types. In addition, my strong background in anthropology and sociology can offer you a better understanding of these two subjects, which can sometimes be confusing for young students. I have a relaxed, comfortable approach to teaching which helps the student-teacher connection and gets you through the tough spots with minimal learning "trauma." A blank page, after all, can be a terrifying thing for a student, and I can help him or her learn to shape ideas into a structured format that gives them the foundation for terrific results. I am comfortable teaching groups as well as individuals, and can provide that special attention that all students require now and then to get ahead.
As an additional note, I have an extremely extensive and broad-based liberal arts background, so can, in the course of tutoring, wander into related fields the student may have need of assistance in, including history, art, theater and mathematics. Just in case a little extra help in these directions might prove useful. Hello there, potential student;
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