English/Spanish as a Second Language
I have taught both English and Spanish in South Korea, Japan, and in the USA. My students have ranged from K-12. I have also taught private lessons to adults.
BROOKLYN PROSPECT CHARTER SCHOOL – Brooklyn, New York, USA
- Spanish Language Teacher/After School Assistant (August 2014 – July 2015)
TOSHIN SEMINAR – ABLE ENGLISH SCHOOL — Tajimi, Gifu, Japan
- English Language Instructor (March 2013 – August 2014)
SUJEONG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL — Songnisan, Cheongchungbuk, South Korea
- English and Spanish Language Instructor (March 2012 – March 2013)
Statistics Workshop: Basic and Intermediate
Choosing what to do with your data set is often dawning to confusing. Similarly, interpreting others’ research findings – especially when they are presented in terms of p-values and scores – can be puzzling and time-consuming. These workshops (Basics and Intermediate statistics) aim to provide you with a basic introduction to applied statistics, as it relates to your work. Workshop I (Basics of Statistics) will overview some of the basic terminologies and methods in statistics – and how to effectively choose a method depending on the research questions one formulates. Workshop II (Intermediate Statistics) will summarise some of the most relevant statistical techniques, how to choose them, and how to interpret the results. These workshops do not intend to teach the intricacies of statistical formulas, as they can be quite confusing. Instead, these workshops will provide you with the basic knowledge and the tools necessary to both interpret and employ statistics effectively.
Clients: Institute for Strategic Dialogue & Eco Resultores Peru
Gender and Sexuality: Diversity and Inclusion
This course introduces key concepts and vocabularies relating to gender and sexual diversity, discussing their emergence, development, and current understandings. The intersection between LGBTQ+ identities and relevant topics such as health, education, discrimination, and class are also discussed. This course presents insights from academic research and activism in order to demonstrate the need for diversity and inclusion in the workplace.