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Tutor profile: Hannah T.

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Hannah T.
Experienced language and writing tutor with 4.5 years of experience
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About Hannah

About Hannah
Originally from Oregon but I have been bouncing around between Malaysia, Vietnam, France, Texas, and Chicago for the last 10 years looking for opportunities to write, teach, or study. I'm an avid reader and lover of the outdoors.

Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience
I've been working in education as a tutor or teacher since 2016. I've taught everything from college writing (at DePaul), creative writing, and public speaking to English as a Foreign or Second Language. I've also worked with students looking to pass the ACT, SAT, IELTS, GRE, and TOEFL. My expertise as an educator comes from my undergraduate and graduate studies in writing education, my training as a Fulbright teacher in Malaysia, and my TESOL certificate work. My passion comes from my own love of writing and language.
Education
DePaul University
Rhetoric
Master's Degree
2018 - 2020
Saint Edward's University
Literature/Writing
Bachelor's Degree
2011 - 2015

Work Experience

Work Experience
DePaul University Center for Writing-based Learning, Writing Tutor
2018 - Present
• tutor undergrad and grad students with writing projects in a variety of F2F and online modalities • using scholarship from comp, second language writing, writing center, and ELT fields, create resources for tutors working with multilingual students • lead the development of the 2019-2020 spring quarter check-in materials for tutors working with ELLs • copyedit faculty manuscripts and dissertations • used qualitative and quantitative data from tutor check-ins to make recommendations for tutor training curricular development and create online...
DePaul University, First-Year Writing Program Assistant
2018 - 2020
• manage first-year writing faculty resources website • use research to design resources for first-year writing faculty. Resources have included guides for how to teach for accessibility, how to work with multilingual writers (both F2F and in an OWI setting), and how to design effective, meaningful, and transparent assignments. • audit all First-Year writing syllabi • complete various research projects for programmatic development in the Department of Writing, Rhetoric, & Discourse as well as for academic conference presentation
DePaul University, First-Year Writing Instructor
2019 - 2019
• Taught WRD 103, the first more rhetoric-focused course of DePaul's two-course First-Year Writing program sequence. • Participated in DePaul's Teaching Apprenticeship Program • Guided students through four writing projects and one final reflective portfolio • Provided learning-based written and screencast feedback to ensure writer development, rather than just text development. • Used Writing About Writing (WAW) and Teaching for Transfer (TFT) pedagogy to equip students with a rhetorical faculty to navigate future writing situations
Converse International School of Languages, English Instructor
2019 - 2019
• Taught academic English to international students at a summer camp hosted at Loyola University • Employed communicative language teaching pedagogy to engage students in project-based activities designed to integrate skills and enhance students' multiple literacies
Atlantic Education Group, English Instructor
2017 - 2018
• Taught academic English as well as IELTS test prep for various levels • Documented student progress using formal tracking system • Conducted mock IELTS testing • Participated in regular professional development
Fulbright Malaysia, English Teaching Assistant
2016 - 2016
• Taught high school EFL for ages 11-15, peer mentoring skills. • Designed and led after school-programming using U.S. Department of State grant money • Advised potential study abroad and scholarship applicants • Co-designed and implemented an ongoing state-wide peer mentoring program

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