As part of my undergraduate degree in religious studies I was required to take anthropology courses. I studied biological anthropology, non-Western cultures/Anthropology 241, and archaeology, which is a sub-field of anthropology. I also pursued cultural anthropology studies in China for one semester.
I tutored Ancient History, which overlaps into the field of Classics. I passed Classics 101 in college with an A. I took two years of Latin in college and high school, which covered numerous stories and legends influential in the field of Classics.
I taught College Success 101 for incoming college freshmen. I did not teach a one-type fits all success to studying. I interacted with students one-on-one to establish if their learning styles. I also taught note taking strategies and time management as critical components of academic success. I also introduced the use of games, flash cards, and coordinated group study sessions to ensure success through different methods of study.
Publications: "Self-determination in the People's Republic of China: Elite Responses" and "Family Planning and Human Trafficking in China" Experience: 2 years writing and editing as a graduate assistant for Wright State University
I have a Master of Arts in Interntional and Comparative Politics. I taught Model United Nations for one year at the collegiate level. I volunteer at Model United Nations conferences directing and chairing committees to simulate the work of the United Nations. My work as a graduate student is published in the field of political science.
I taught IELTS in China. I used the IELTS preparatory book and ensured that each student completed exercises in accordance with ability. Numerous students passed the IELTS and were approved for study in the United States.