Baylor University (Education English)
Southern Methodist University (Master's)
Kyle has been teaching for over 16 years in a variety of educational institutions, including top-rated private schools and universities. With such diverse experience in education, he understands where students are coming from and where they are going in their academic journey. As an award-winning writer, he also practices what he teaches. Kyle approaches writing instruction and literature from the standpoint of a writer, so he knows well what methods will result in success. Kyle's first book, A New Light in Kalighat, was funded by the U.S. Department of State and featured by New York Times journalist Nicholas Kristof's Half the Sky Movement. He publishes poems frequently in literary journals across the country. Kyle has also written for the National Council of Teachers of English's English Journal, which awarded him the Paul and Kate Farmer Award for article of the year in 2011. Several of Kyle's former students have gone on to successful careers in writing and have also found great success as writers in fields that are not directly writing related yet require clear and effective communication.
Kyle is an outstanding tutor because as both an educator and a writer, he understands what techniques will most effectively lead to improvement in writing. As someone who has devoted his life to the written word, he can also passionately and clearly communicate the importance of and meaning behind literature. His diverse background of literature study, including World Literature, British and American Literature, and Biblical Studies, makes him a strong candidate for tutoring for any kind of literature.
Kyle would love the chance to share his passion for and expertise in writing and literature with students looking to improve in a variety of English-based skills. Contact him today to learn more info and schedule a lesson. Kyle has been teaching for over 16 years in a variety of educational institutions, including top-rated private schools and universities. With such diverse experience in education, he understands where students are coming from and where they are going in their academic journey. As an award-winning writer, he also practices what he teaches. Kyle
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