I am a retired attorney who has taught various areas of the law and has two separate law degrees. I also have advanced degrees in English Composition and Literature. I have specialized in African American literature while in Graduate school. I believe in a student orientation methodology in teaching. By that I mean that I teach by giving the student lessons outside of tutoring in which the student learns by following the lesson. One of my prior Directors said that I teach by telling stories. By that she meant that I liked beginning a class or session by relating a story, and then working on a lesson which is inherent in the story.
I have been teaching English and the Law, on and off, since 1983, which is the year I graduated from Law School. My teaching was most effective when I taught at ITT TECHNICAL Institute in Arlington Heights Illinois. Most of my students, for one reason or another, were at risk. Using various teaching strategies, I was highly successful and all of my students over a three year period passed my Composition course.
I have four post-secondary degrees, two in English and two in the law. I have won many awards. The one I am most proud of I won at Elmhurst College in Elmhurst, Illinois. There, I was named the Graduate Student of the Year, an award based on my academic performance.
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