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Author BiographyErica Alexander
I received my Bachelor's degree in Social Sciences from CSUSB in 2009. I studied primarily Psychology, Sociology, and Anthropology. I am currently enrolled in the Social Sciences MA program at CSUSB, but am leaning towards the MA in Education TESOL program because I have passions for traveling, learning how to speak - write - listen - and read in Spanish, and to make a difference to lives of others, especially children. My targeting teaching level is to learn how to teach creatively, integrate curricula creatively and in ways that connect students with current national/global events. I seek to teach students from different perspectives to encourage interdisciplinary ways of thinking and learning. I am unsure of the age I am interested in teaching, but have had experience working with 2nd and 3rd graders. I will be studying and learning the Spanish language so that I can go to Spanish speaking countries to teach in Spanish and in English. I want to inspire lives!
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