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Tutor profile: Rebecca D.

Rebecca D.
English tutor for 9+ years


About Rebecca

About Rebecca
My name is Rebecca Dix, and I have tutored academic writing at the college-level for almost a decade in a variety of disciplines like criminal justice, psychology, sociology, rhetoric, literature, history, and speech writing. I received my degree in English Writing and Rhetoric, and I am well-versed in MLA 9, CMS, and APA 7 formatting. I love to read and watch nonfiction stories the most, whether I am reading a memoir, an academic journal, a textbook, a speech, or I am watching a documentary film or miniseries. My favorite literary writer is...

Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience
Most of my teaching experience from the past nine years comes from one-on-one and group tutoring in synchronous, asynchronous, and in-person environments. I also have years of experience collaborating with college professors and a tutor embedded in both in-person and virtual classrooms. Aside from this, I host workshops of formatting, study skills, and successful approached to college assignments. I also train people on mindsets and strategies for tutoring students with learning, physical, and mental disabilities.
Georgia Gwinnett College
Bachelor's Degree
2011 - 2014

Work Experience

Work Experience
Freelance, Graduate-Level Essay Editor
2019 - Present
Review academic essays of graduate students as well as for professionals seeking publication; Use track changes on Word to suggest edits; Provide feedback and parallel examples for revisions related to grammar, style, APA 7, and other higher and lower order writing concerns.
Georgia Gwinnett College, Academic Enhancement Center, Professional Writing Tutor and Trainer
2012 - Present
Host 45-minute tutoring sessions for writing assignments from multiple disciplines; Train employees for the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) certification, levels one and two; Tutor synchronous and asynchronous sessions on Pearson’s Smarthinking program; Partner with GGC professors in asynchronous, synchronous, and in-person classrooms in English 1101, 1102, 099, and 2801, 4880 courses for Tutors in the Classroom (TIC); Tutor students at high-traffic areas for Tutors Around Campus (TAC);; Research strategies and train other...
Gwinnett Technical College, Writing Tutor
2017 - 2020
Guided 10-20-minute tutoring sessions for writing assignments across multiple disciplines; Maintained records of students who are using tutoring services through Excel; Interviewed potential employees; Greeted students entering the computer lab.
VoxArtis Literary Magazine at Georgia Gwinnett College, Prose Editor (Volunteer)
2012 - 2013
Collected literary magazine prose submissions; Provided feedback on prose submissions; Selected finalist submissions.


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