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Roanoke College, Salem, VA (International Relati)
I have spent my life learning new things everyday. I was a Hollins scholar recipient but chose to go to Roanoke University to attend their honors program on a full academic scholarship. I have taught English as a second language for 30 years as cultural diversity is one of my passions. I have spent time learning five languages and 5 years of Latin to understand grammar in more depth. I have also worked with special needs individuals for 18 years. In all honesty they have taught me more then I have ever taught them. I have both left and right brain strategies for studying and retaining information.
I have studied for not only languages but higher math. I am fascinated with alternative right brain teaching including working with mind maps. I would try many different techniques to find the perfect one that works for my clients.
I am excited to work in such a way as to make the time fly and add humor and laughter to our lessons. I look forward to each individual to show them that learning can be fun and rewarding. I have spent my life learning new things everyday. I was a Hollins scholar recipient but chose to go to Roanoke University to attend their honors program on a full academic scholarship. I have taught English as a second language
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