Teaching & Tutoring

O’Neil has been teaching since 2004 when she double-majored in Special Education and Sociology as an undergraduate at the historical teaching college, Southern Connecticut State University. O’Neil co-taught preschool during the summer, interned at an inner-city public school, and worked as a substitute teacher at a state special education school. After being recruited to tutor statistics, she focused her later studies on sociology and turned down a teaching scholarship to attend Columbia University and study Quantitative Methods. O’Neil owns a small local tutoring business named Educated Tutoring and accepts clients on a case by case basis as time allows with her doctoral studies. 

 

TEACHING AWARDS


Passed Praxis I – 2006 Teacher Qualifying Exam (high pass) 

Offered full scholarship to University of New Haven in Education

International House Tutorial Fellowship 2007-2008

 

UNIVERSITY TEACHING EXPERIENCE


Statistics

Methods of Social Research

Sociology of Work and Families

Sociology of the Family

 

UNIVERSITY TEACHING ASSISTANT EXPERIENCE


Statistics

Race & Ethnicity

 

COURSEWORK & CERTIFICATIONS

relevant coursework

 

FLYER FOR MY LOCAL TUTORING BUSINESS


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