I am looking for flexible, free-lance editing positions from home. I have a BA (Edinburgh) and also two years tertiary French from the University of NSW. I have taught French and English and also completed a section of ESL (English as a second language). I also completed a year’s secretarial course in Edinburgh. Therefore, the positions that I am seeking are in Australia, particularly remote areas of Victoria. Can you help me? Many thanks
The first step in becoming an English teacher is to complete an undergraduate degree. Prospective English teachers should obtain a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree, preferably in English. They will also need to complete a teacher-training program that specializes in English Language Arts. The teacher preparation program will include courses in classroom management, teaching strategies, assessment, and differentiated instruction. Candidates will also participate in student teaching experiences in real classrooms. For those who may have a Bachelor's Degree without a teacher training component, individual programs are available.
I am a retired biology professional With a Ph.D. in biology from the University of Virginia, did a postdoctoral at Yale University and continued research at The University of Chicago. I have taught throughout this period, including general biology, cell biology and medical school.When I retired I wanted to continue teaching the subject I love. So I started tutoring (now for seven years) the subject in my neighborhood and in several schools in the northern D.C. metropolitan area including: Connelly School of the Holy Child, Georgetown Visitation, Gonzaga, St. John’s College High School, Landon, The Potomac School, Walt Whitma ... View Profile
...Degree in Applied Physics. My research emphasis was planetary science, which allowed me to become very involved with the U.S.G.S. My planetary studies required me to not only focus on the physics of planets, but also on their geology. As such, I have a broad range of academic backgrounds, including astronomy, astrobiology, field geology, and geomorphology. I've even assisted in research at the Sudbury Impact Structure in Ontario, Canada and attended numerous scientific conferences. During...
Tutors are private teachers who work with students either one-on-one or in small groups outside of the regular school system to strengthen their understanding of course materials and help them succeed in their studies. They do so by teaching concepts, problem-solving methods, effective studying techniques, and test-taking strategies using methods best suited to each student’s individual learning style.
In this lesson students analyze the work of winners of the New York Times Learning Network's 2014 Student Editorial Contest as well as professional models from the Times editorial pages to learn how writers effectively introduce and respond to counterarguments. Then they write their own position pieces, incorporating counterarguments to strengthen their claims.
To benefit our learning community, existing instructors are offered ongoing training and professional development opportunities. These opportunities include (but are not limited to) required training for system and learning resource upgrades and additions. Our Faculty Training & Development team regularly offers a variety of both live and recorded web events for faculty to learn more about SNHU initiatives, engage with representatives from other departments, and explore new ways to engage with students.