About the Author

I have been fortunate to have a variety of careers. My degree is in Music Theory from Boston University. For many years I edited music for dancers while working at a variety of technology companies.

I am a writer and teach adult immigrants English as a Second Language. I earned my TEFL certificate at the Boston Language Institute.


9 Responses to About the Author

  1. amayala says:

    If you know any certified English teachers who want to teach middle school English in Panama, let me know. My school has a job opening for middle school English, history and math. A couple of elementary positions as well. It is an American international school. Cheers!

  2. acohen843 says:

    A good resource is the Boston Language Institute (www.bostonlanguage.com). They are an excellent resource.

  3. gorka arce says:

    Hi there,

    first of all my congratulations for this nice blog.

    we are also looking for teachers of any language, though english is always the most solicited. I´d like to introduce you to our project http://www.palabea.net
    it´s basically an eLearning community focused on language learning.
    feedbacks are always welcome.

    Best wishes from Berlin and keep up the good work



  4. Levi Davila says:

    keep up the good work !!!

  5. Pam Osabel says:

    I work with John Bardos of JetSetCitizen.com and YouCanTeachEnglish.com and we would love to interview you by email to ask you some questions about teaching English abroad. It should only take about 30 minutes of your time and we will promote your interview on Twitter and StumbleUpon. Please let me know if you are interested.


  6. Madhu says:

    Hi !
    I’m happy to have run into this blog/page! My sister-in -law and I have been discussing the same idea …. collecting the memories of our elders. As you wrote, by talking to them or taping their conversation and putting it up on the web. Many things that we take for granted today must have been amazing to see for the first time i.e: cars or planes, even water from a tap etc. Our goal is to save those feelings of wonder/fear/amazement for the rest of us to understand and appreciate them.
    By the way, while I’m American, we are from India. In that context, we’re looking at this with a global perspective…. maybe a site that will allow anyone from anywhere to post their collection , even in their language. Probably too ambitious ?
    Please do email me if interested…

  7. ZeroSum Ruler says:

    Hey there. I have been making math videos that I thougtht you may enjoy, given your background in music. I don’t narrate them (can’t stand my voice!) so I put them to music. They’re all on my blog at http://zerosumruler.wordpress.com/
    if you are bored or otherwise inclined to spend a few minutes checking out some videos! Most of the music I made myself. One song, the one on “factoring Trinomials: A PROOF!”, I downloaded. But I downloaded it legally, so all is ok :^)

  8. Britney M says:

    Your blog is very interesting and I appreciate all of the wonderful resources you have provided! I am a tutor at a writing center in Texas, and we are developing a Writing Center avatar to create friendlier online spaces for non-traditional students. I would love to hear more about your experience with Writing Centers and avatars used in education!

    Keep up the great work!

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