I am an experienced teacher and tutor, having taught I wide variety of subjects. I'll give you a quick rundown of my experience and then tell you a little bit about my philosophy. I recently worked as a teacher's assistant at Parsons The New School for Design. I did both Structures (which is essentially physics for architects) and History of World Architecture. I taught ESL in Italy for about a year and a half, where I also tutored for both the TOEFL and foreign language exams. I worked ... [more]
I have been a TESOL certification from TEFL International earned at the Interlingual school in Roma. I lived in Italy teaching English for approximately 18 months. I worked at a school doing one-on-one and small group lessons. I also taught at a private company every day of the week during their lunch hours. Additionally, I have had a handful of private students.
While obtaining my master's in architecture, I used the Adobe Design Suite on an almost a daily basis, specifically Adobe Photoshop. I know the basic functions that students need to learn, as well as some more intricate tools for advanced work.
I have an art history minor from the University of North Carolina. My specific focus was on Italian Renaissance History, but I have also studied survey courses in art history. At the University of Connecticut, I was a teacher's assistant for an Italian Renaissance History course where I gave a couple of lectures on Renaissance Art.
I have a master's degree in architecture. I have taught both structures and history of world architecture. In addition, I'm familiar with a wide variety of architecture software, including AutoCAD, Rhino, and the Adobe Design Suite.