As a former Visiting Research Assistant at Dartmouth College, and Naropa University Writing Fellow, I have had to take on multiple roles in leadership, project collaboration, needs assessment and academic support. Through these experiences, I have gained significant skills in managing and supervising large groups. In addition, I have a highly qualified skill-set to work in capacity of a leadership role for diverse populations, meeting both local and global needs, implementing goals and initiatives, and remaining highly organized through my writing expertise.
Advise ESL students in the construction of academic essays and theses. Provide citation instruction, brainstorming techniques, grammar and diction exercises. Implement audio, visual, and spatial methods individually designed for the English Language Learner. Furnish ESL students with English preparation homework and language repetition exercises.
Implemented and expanded the practice of imaginative writing. Experimented with a variety of narrative forms that engage and catapult literary investigations. Conducted academic assessment planning and investigate classroom-based pedagogies. Trained fellow teacher and Graduate Instructor for Creative Writing I duties. Maintained highly organized lesson plans and weekly homework assignments in the form of free-writing and lengthy academic papers.
Tutored students in the areas of citation and proper academic standards for required research papers. Navigated day-to-day administrative duties of the Naropa Writing Center. Organized and planned writing exercises based upon individual needs. Proofread academic documents, assessed goals and practices, reviewed comparative data analysis projects, and devised checklists to keep students on task.
Prepared weekly lesson plans, implemented rhetorical and expository methodologies, and worked on a one-on-one basis with undergraduate students to address their academic concerns. Successfully lead small group workshops on critical thinking. Effectively provided professor with daily tasks of support teaching and administrative responsibilities.
Facilitated the practice of kinesthetic techniques to assist both adult and young English Language Learners to master vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, and diction. Prepared daily phonetic exercises and utilized tape recorders to perfect word association. Dispensed practical advice regarding reading comprehension and retention.
Conducted archival research and data collection on Dartmouth's legacy of Arctic and Polar exploration over the last eighty years. Contributed to both creative and academic text in the Northwest Passage exhibit. Recorded and itemized archival images and documents from the Stefanson Collection. Researched and enacted subject analysis of data for faculty of the Dickey Center for International Understanding.
Performed appropriate linguistic instruction for indigenous (Inuit) students at the local village school. Devised literacy workshops for local high school students. Incorporated specialized phonetic alphabets to include the indigenous language of Inuktitut. Arranged both oral and reading exams to encourage functional literacy amongst the local population.
Naropa University Writing Fellow (2010-2012)
Naropa University Teaching Assistantship (2011-2012)
Naropa University Honor Scholarship (2011)
NPR (National Public Radio) "All Things Considered"
essay finalist (2007)
Member, IPY: International Polar Year - Dartmouth College
Member, Inukshuk Collective Publishing
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