I received my Master of Arts in International Development at Clark University. During my time at Clark, I focused extensively on intercultural communication, international affairs and development, policy, education, and diving into economics. I have worked within a variety of community colleges as an instructor and spent a lot of time working with high school-aged students on career development and tutoring a variety of subjects.
Currently, I am a high school teacher where I teach and tutor students on subjects such as Social Studies, Economics, Global Studies, Government, US Government, Yearbook, and Dual Credit courses.
Prior to my time at Clark University I spent a significant amount of time in Germany, so I am also able to tutor or teach German as well. I have a bachelor's degree in German as a foreign language and also worked at the University in Tubingen where I supported foreign students. I enjoy working with students very much in helping them to achieve their goals academically and personally, in each of the areas that I teach. To help make learning more engaging I like to create games for students to learn their subjects in a more accessible manner. I also do my best to find ways to connect what they enjoy to help them learn and look for the best ways to support the whole student in their learning journey.
Undergraduate Degree: Portland State University - Bachelor in Arts, International Relations
Graduate Degree: Clark University - Master of Arts, Development Economics and International Development
Graduate Degree: University of Arizona - Masters in Education, High School Teaching
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