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Medieval World History

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 with Crystal Harris






short description:
Lords, Vassals -- Bored and a Hassle
 
long description:
I am a certified 7-12 history teacher currently pursuing a Masters of Arts in History. I have taught all areas of history including, but not limited to, medieval history in my teaching experience. If you need a tutor, I'm the one!
 
level of difficulty:
all welcome
 
minimum class size:
1
 
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Medieval World History

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Lords, Vassals -- Bored and a Hassle


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fee: 14US$  (140lp)
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Crystal Harris



description of :
I am a dynamic, outgoing, open minded individual who is passionate about learning. My daughter routinely complains that she has two teachers -- one at school and one at home! I hope to meet with you soon to further discuss how I may benefit your educational endeavors.
 
Teacher's qualifications:
Education

Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI
Masters of Arts in History, expected May 2011
Certificate European Studies, expected May 2011
Specialization: Gender Studies of Early Modern Europe

Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI
Bachelor of Science in Education, May 2006
Certification: Secondary Education, 7-12
Major: History
Minor: Speech

Related Experience

Athens Community Library, Athens, MI
Library Clerk, March 2009-November 2010
• Responsible for the organization and implementation of various community outreach programs
• Assist the large number of laid off/unemployed patrons who possess limited technological skills with the submission/maintenance of unemployment records as well as with career searches
• Independently oversaw the weekend operations of the library

Marion School District One, Marion, SC
Social Studies Teacher at Johnakin Middle School, August 2006- June 2008
• Due to startlingly high levels of illiteracy, lessons were presented in at least four different ways in order to reach all students
• Organized and participated in various community outreach educational programs
• Prepared and maintained student records and evaluations in accordance with local, state and federal regulations

Portage Public Schools, Portage, MI
Student intern at Portage Northern Middle School, January 2006 – May 2006
• Prepared and planned all aspects of history lessons for six classes, which are aligned to Michigan’s standard of education.
• Maintained and organized educational records of 120 students
• Personal relationships achieved with students allow me to adapt lessons to meet the needs and interests of students, thus ensuring the success of each individual.



Honors Received

• Central Michigan University Deans List
• 2005 winner of the Central Michigan University College of Humanities Social and Behavioral Sciences student paper competition
• 2005 winner of the Central Michigan University Women’s Studies paper competition

Other Work Experience

The Grand Home (Health Partners), Marshall MI
Direct Care Worker, March 2009 - present
• Provide all aspects of day to day medical care of traumatically brain and spinal cord injured residents
• Assist clients with rebuilding their life, mentally, physically and emotionally after injury with the goal of rehabilitation
• Aid residents in personal care with the goal of complete independent care at the end of stay

Select Residential, Battle Creek, MI
Direct Care Worker, July 2004 – December 2005
• Effectively maintained a cooperative and home like environment of four severely mentally ill residents
• Successfully taught clients coping techniques which allowed them to exhibit appropriate social norms when interacting regularly within the community
• Built relationships with residents and used these relationships to assist them in achieving their personal goals

Broomfield, Assisted Living, Mount Pleasant, MI
Program Aide, February 2003 – April 2004
• Oversaw the morning routine of 23 developmentally disabled residents
• Dispensed medication and completed medical treatments for each resident over the span of two hours
• Responsible for handling any behavioral problems that arose

Kellogg Company, Battle Creek, MI
Secretarial Assistant, March 1999 – August 2000
• Planned and coordinated the schedules of eleven supervisors
• Organized and designed presentations related to consumer research of potential new convenience food products
• Effectively planned launch campaigns for new products with the goal of positively increasing public reception of the new merchandise

 
's preferred teaching style:
I believe that each of learn primarily in one of three ways: kinetically (through motion), visually or orally. Many of us learn through a combination of the three. The point is, none of us learn the same. Therefore, not all classes or instruction can be conducted the same way. Research shows that this is the most effective way to learn as when the brain is exposed to new knowledge, seven different ways, because it is believed that at least one of these ways will resonate with the learner. As a result, I attempt (when applicable) to present material in at least seven different formats.
 



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