Tutor profile: Anna L.
Educator and Historian for five years
Hello! I am so excited to share my passion for history with you! I obtained my BA in History in 2013, and then earned my MA in American History in 2016. Since then, I have worked as an online high school history teacher. As a teacher, I absolutely loved sharing my expertise in the field and my passion for history with my students. I would love to help you find joy and excitement in studying history too! I can assist with the comprehension of historical events and methodologies, test preparation, and more! I can also help guide you through the...
Before I attended graduate school, I worked as an online Teaching Assistant for an American Politics course. In this position, I graded the students' work and helped address their questions about the course. After graduate school, I worked as an online history teacher, teaching AP World History for two years, and American history for another two years. In this position, I worked closely with my students to answer their questions about the class and the course content in order to help them achieve their academic goals. I also developed weekly...
2014 - 2016
2009 - 2013
HSLDA Online Academy, Online Classroom Teacher
2017 - 2021
-Led AP World History (2017-2019) and U.S. History (2019-2021) online classes -Created lessons that combined lectures, group projects, and critical thinking questions -Graded and provided thorough feedback to the students on their work -Communicated with the students and their parents to answer questions and facilitate learning
Villanova University, Graduate Assistant
2014 - 2016
-Worked closely with professors in the History department on current projects -Conducted primary research on a local 19th century Irish man and wrote a biography of him -Provided administrative assistance for professors’ course preparations
Special Collections, Falvey Memorial Library, Exhibit Intern
2015 - 2015
-Conducted primary and secondary research from the collections held at Falvey Library’s Special Collections on the 1916 Easter Rising (Dublin, Ireland) -Collected materials for an exhibit based on the research of the 1916 Rising -Wrote exhibit text for both a physical and an online exhibit on the Rising -Assisted in dismantling prior exhibits and installing new exhibits
Cedarville University, Teaching Assistant
2014 - 2014
-Graded written exams and essays for an online Politics and American Culture class -Provided assistance to the students by answering their inquiries -Developed quiz questions for weekly quizzes
Eisenhower National Historic Site, Interpretation Intern
2013 - 2013
-Developed and conducted tours of the property and home for the site’s visitors -Researched and presented in-depth talks on Eisenhower’s life at Gettysburg -Answered visitor inquiries and assisted with special events
National Archives and Records Administration, Social Media Intern
2012 - 2012
-Developed current exhibits through social media venues -Provided essential elements in the development of an eBook for the sesquicentennial of the Emancipation Proclamation -Researched possible content for the eBook and formatted the eBook with coworkers -Promoted the eBook through social media venues, including Facebook, Twitter and blogs -Conducted tours of the National Archives for students and their teachers and chaperones
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