As a middle school and high school Latin teacher, my first love is teaching the ancient tongue. The Latin language is the basis for the most integral facets of the English language. I have a deep and complex understanding of the workings of the building blocks that compose the English language. I spent years of my life as a freelance writer and dramatist, and I have Latin to thank for the tools it gave me. If you seek to increase vocabulary retention, bolster your understanding of English gra... [more]
I have a Master of Arts degree from The Johns Hopkins University and five years teaching experience.
I have six years experience teaching Latin in public and private schools. I have a Master's Degree in Classics from The Johns Hopkins University.
I graduated from The Johns Hopkins University with a BA in Classics and Theatre Arts, and subsequently an MA in Classics. I taught a course at Johns Hopkins to undergraduates in writing. They used Greek myths to write adapted scripts for the screen or stage. I have five years of public high school teaching experience. I wrote and produced a full-length play, which was staged in a historic theatre in Baltimore City in August 2011.
I am a sixth-year classroom teacher and have a Master of Arts degree from Johns Hopkins. I am a playwright and have had my writing produced on a historic downtown stage.
I am a sixth-year classroom teacher with a Master of Arts degree from Johns Hopkins.
I have completed drama programs at the National Theatre Institute at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center in Waterford, Connecticut, as well as abroad at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and the St. Petersburg State Theatre Arts Academy. I have produced and written a full-length play at a historic theatre in a major American city. I have a theatre minor from The Johns Hopkins University, where I studied under John Astin (of "The Addams Family" fame).
I have worked for a private company specializing in college admissions counseling, academic counseling, and college consulting since May 2016. My students have been admitted to top schools, including UPenn, Dartmouth, Johns Hopkins, USC, NYU, and all nine undergraduate UC campuses. I myself went to Johns Hopkins and was awarded scholarships/honors after submitting successful applications, including earning an undergraduate research fellowship at Hopkins, and the Coca Cola Scholarship (one of 250 chosen in the nation).
I have six years experience as a grade school Latin teacher and an advanced degree in Classics from The Johns Hopkins University. As a classicist and educator, I use derivatives and cognates to increase vocabulary skill in the English language; I incorporate history and other disciplines as well. My goal is to offer students learning tools so that they will become globally competitive learners who make connections across subject areas in life outside the classroom.