I have taught for ten years. For the first three of those years, I taught special education English in a junior high school. I then moved to junior high U.S. history. I taught AP European History at the local high school for four years before switching to AP World History (which I continue to do). Additionally, I teach U.S. history at a local residential treatment center (where I am also their special education director).
I teach in a combination of traditional teacher-directed lecture (which I call "storytelling with Uncle Aaron") and modern research-based, student-driven exploration. Because of my diverse background, my assessments are geared to be accessible to both advanced and struggling students.
Yes, but I'm a pretty shy guy, so I'm not going to list them.
M.A. American Studies B.S. History B.S. Anthropology
Yet to be added
Social Studies - History, Ancient History, Civics, Government, Native Americans, U.S. History, European History, World History, British History, Geography, Other (Social Studies - History), Economics , Asian Studies, Holidays/Seasonal, Christmas/ Chanukah/ Kwanzaa