My teaching and education experience is diverse! I served as a primary school governor responsible for Maths, English and Special Educational Needs for 4 years and on a Humanities exam board committee. For more than 30 years I have been lucky enough to tutor the home-schooled and school phobics; taught in private schools, colleges, evening class, prison and university, covering many subjects and levels. I currently teach World Archaeology, Material Culture, The Roman Empire and Greek and Roman Myth for the Open University. I also teach UK GCSE and A-Level (Adults and Years 10 - 12) from my website, College-on-the-Net.
BA (Hons); MA
BA (Hons) Ancient History & Social Anthropology; Diploma in Archaeology; MA Aegean Archaeology (UCL, London); also studied English Literature to degree level; City & Guilds Certificate in teaching adults; City & Guilds Basic Skills.
I have recently completed an OU Tutor Moderators course and three MOOC courses: A Crash Course in Creativity (Stanford), Networked Life (UPenn) and Developing Innovative Ideas for New Companies (Univ. of Maryland). In July 2013 I completed two weeks on the Apolline Project in Pernosano, Italy (near Vesuvius) working on human osteology. In 2016 I spent four weeks working on pottery in Pompeii. You can find me on Academia.edu
English Language Arts, Creative Writing, Grammar, Specialty, Science, Anatomy, Archaeology, Biology, Social Studies - History, Ancient History, World History, Arts & Music, Drama, Classics, Religion, Literature, Anthropology, Archaeology, Forensics