A lot of students think they can't write. Not true -- everybody can do it! Do you text? Post items to social media like Facebook or Twitter? Can you make your friends laugh at, think about, or in any other way react to what you say in print? Then you're already at least halfway towards becoming someone who can communicate effectively in any setting, including the classroom. Writing, essentially, is speaking, except using your keyboard or a pen instead of your voice. You're probably a lot better at it than you think.
I know what I'm talking about. I worked as a newspaper editor for more than 10 years, coaching young, 20-something reporters in the craft of journalism. Everyone I've worked with during my career --40 or 50 reporters -- has come to the task with the basics already in place. My job was not to build the engine from scratch but merely to fine-tune it.
A little more about me: I'm a published book author and a newspaper reporter with about 10,000 published articles to my name and counting. If you're in the market for an easygoing but very experienced coach, let's talk!
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Montclair State University - Bachelor in Arts, Philosophy
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