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Tutor profile: Aaron B.

Aaron B.
I have 4+ years of writing tutor experience and 2+ years teaching experience at the community college level.


About Aaron

About Aaron
I have worked with people from many backgrounds, countries, and levels of English language skill in both writing and reading tutoring and teaching the subject of World Religions. Such experience has enhanced my ability to communicate and provide academic support to a broad spectrum of communities and cultures. Furthermore, these experiences have honed my passion for the written word and my skills in the whole tutoring process, from helping students with brainstorming all the way to the refinement of final drafts.

Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience
In my experience as an Adjunct Instructor for World Religions, I learned a great deal about pedagogy, how to assess student progress, classroom organization, and how to utilize classroom educational technology. I researched religions, prepared lessons, and honed my public speaking skills. I also became particularly adept at facilitating sustained discussion on a deeply analytical level. Most recently, I have had the opportunity to extensively work with a wide variety of students on their writing skills at the Tarrant County College Southeast...
Brite Divinity School
Religious Studies
Master's Degree
2011 - 2014
University of Akron
Bachelor's Degree
2005 - 2009

Work Experience

Work Experience
Tarrant County College Southeast Reading Writing Resource Center, Writing Tutor
2019 - Present
● Work with community college students across all subjects in building writing skills such as grammar, thesis development, and structure ● Conduct in-person tutoring and workshop presentation ● Conduct live online tutoring and presentation of workshops via Microsoft Teams ● Troubleshoot distance learning technology issues for colleagues ● Create writing workshops in PowerPoint and handouts in Word. ● Work with early college high school students ● Develop ESOL/ESL students’ language skills in reading and writing ● Review and comment on...
University of Texas at Arlington Libraries, Library Specialist Lead
2015 - 2019
● Assisted students, faculty, and staff with searching electronic databases ● Ordered new technology items based on usage and national library trends ● Utilized ticketing system to track technology repairs and upgrades ● Provided academic research guidance and advice ● Mentored staff and students, aiding in their professional development ● Worked with a diverse student body, including English language learners
Tarrant County College South, Adjunct World Religions Instructor
2015 - 2018
● Taught writing and critical analysis skills ● Employed Blackboard to grade papers and post class slides, assignments, and other pertinent information ● Utilized audiovisual technology ● Extensively planned classes and researched subject material ● Conducted class, utilizing public speaking skills, and encouraging dialogue ● Administered assignments, setting clear expectations with a thoughtfully designed rubric


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