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I am highly qualified to teach Advanced Placement English Language and Composition, English Language Arts, and Psychology. I am currently teaching AP English Lang. & Comp., Honors English 10, English 11, and Introduction to Psychology, which, with the exception of Honors 10, are all junior and senior level courses.
Master of Arts in English Language and Literature with Concentration in Composition Studies
University of Michigan-Flint
Graduate Continuing Education Courses
University of St. Thomas
Master of Arts in Teaching
Wayne State University, Secondary Education Certificate (English Major)
Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Grand Valley State University
Associate's Degree in General Studies
Macomb Community College
I started teaching in 2002 at Richmond High School.
I chose to enter the educational field because I enjoy learning. Teaching others to enjoy the same is the ideal situation for me. Through confidence and compliments I hope to instill in others the value of learning and self-discovery.
Outside of the Classroom:
In addition to my teaching duties I am involved in the National Honor Society as its Advisor. I also support an informal creative writing club for eager student writers.
Outside of Richmond, I am an Adjunct English Instructor for Macomb Community College where I instruct Composition Courses.
When I'm not teaching, I do practice what I preach in that I love to read and write. I also enjoy spending time with my wife and three children at our lake cottage near Kalkaska, MI. Together we kayak, fish, mountain bike, golf, swim, and breathe in all the northern Michigan has to offer.
I don't give a damn for a man that can only spell a word one way. --Mark Twain