Amy Chase earned her Master of Arts through Southern New Hampshire University. She has taught Creative Nonfiction to various grades and enjoys watching students grasp new concepts and seeing their works honed through the creative writing process. When teaching creative writing, her goal is to provide students with the tools of research, mindful reading, creative and persuasive writing, critical thinking, and collaborations with peers. Her approach to teaching creative writing reflects her own methods of research and writing as she incorporates...
* Facilitated lectures on non-fiction research and resources in order to build foundational knowledge in utilizing scholarly sites and applications to prepare for a higher education opportunity.
* Supported students in editing and revising writing for submission to an anthology with 7 successful publications.
* Designed and implemented lesson plans for students in grades Kindergarten through 12th, to establish clear objectives and expectations.
* Instructed students with learning disabilities in basic curriculum and activities of...
Sam Noble Museum, Education Scheduler/Volunteer Coordinator
2015 - Present
Central Wyoming Hospice and Transitions, Event and Volunteer Coordinator
2015 - 2015
American Cancer Society, Event Manager and Volunteer Coordinator
2014 - 2015
Writers in the Community, Instructor Intern
2013 - 2014
IEL, Spokane Falls Community College, Tutor
2009 - 2011
Colfax School District, Paraprofessional
2006 - 2009
Instructed various grades on in all curriculum.
Instructed students in grades Kindergarten to Second in reading, spelling, and basic English.