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teacher

Hillary

Personal Statement

Hillary believes in providing students with individualized attention and tailors her teaching methods to suit different student needs. She creates a safe space for self-expression (especially with withdraw or under-motivated students), and give encouragement with earned praise. Hillary draws upon her many years as a museum educator to make history and other subjects more relatable for students using story-telling and material-culture based pedagogical methods.

Education

    • Ph.D History, University of Delaware, 2011
    • M.A., history, University of Delaware, 2005

Subjects

  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Essays
  • US History
  • AP US History
  • English Literature Subject Test
  • Awards and Recognitions

    • University Competitive Fellowship, University of Delaware-2007

    • Warren E. Roberts Graduate Student Paper Award, Pioneer America Society-2006

    • Alumni Graduate Award in History, University of Delaware, History Department-2005

    • First-place Award, Graduate Division, Geis Student Research on Women Conference, University of Delaware-2005

    • Merit Award, American Association for State and Local History, for museum catalog UnCommon Clay: New Jersey’s Architectural Terra Cotta Industry-2005

    Testimonials

    Background check certified

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