Teaching American, English and world literature from 1983-present. Have also taught persuasive, expository, and creative writing.
Structured, life-skills oriented
Nominee for English/Language Arts Teacher of the Year, New Hampshire Council of Teachers of English, 2008 Listed in Whoâ€™s Who Among Americaâ€™s Teachers, 2004-2006 Pittsburgh (PA) Renaissance Menâ€™s Choir Bridge-Builder Award, 2003 New Hampshire Civil Liberties Union Bill of Rights Award, 1996 Northeast Regional Conference on the Social Studies SIRS Academic Freedom Award , 1996 New Hampshire Citizens Alliance for Gay and Lesbian Rights Education Honor Award, 1996 GLSEN Northeast Pathfinder Award, 1996 Greater Boston Business Council Founders Award, 1996 New England Association of Teachers of English New Hampshire Poet of the Year, 1993
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY Waltham, Massachusetts B.A., cum laude, May, 1983 Concentration: English and American Literature Minor Program: Secondary Education Studies included: American and British literature from Renaissance to present;linguistics; American Studies, including families, immigration, and ethnicity and religion;music; French; German NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE Henniker, NH Currently enrolled in Master of Education program Concentration in Curriculum and Instruction UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE Manchester, New Hampshire Fall, 1989: Teaching Writing K-12 Spring, 1985: British Literature 1800 - present
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