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Open minded
By:Russell S Greene <rgreenefox@gmail.com>
Date: 29 March 2018

I am a professional, dedicated educator experienced both as a teacher and as an administrator. I feel my greatest strengths lie in the classroom where I bring energy, knowledge, humour, and a sense of empathy for those I teach.

PERSONAL
Phone: +86 138 168 15547(Chinese Number)
Email: rgreenefox@gmail.com
Citizenship: USA
Marital Status: Single

CERTIFICATION
English Lecturer’s Certificate by the Taiwan Ministry of Education (2005)

IB English B by the International Baccalaureate Organization (2015)

AP Workshop in Language and Composition (2017)

EDUCATION
August 2000-May 2002
Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics/TESOL
The University of South Florida, Tampa FL, USA
GPA: 3.91

August 1997-July 2000
Bachelor of Arts in English Literature
The University of South Florida, Tampa FL, USA
GPA: 3.50

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Fudan International School
Shanghai, China
August 2016-Present
Dean of Student Affairs: High School Division
IB, AP and General English Teacher
Classes Taught: Grades 6 & 7 English Literature and Language, Grades 11 & 12 IB English B, AP Language and Composition
Additional Responsibilities: Writing Daily Announcements, Discipline, Student Government Advisor, Home Room, Creative Writing Club, Movie Club, Professional Development Workshop Leader in Differentiation, Professional Development Leader in Literacy, Extended Essay Supervisor, IB Invigilator

Dipont Education
Various locations throughout China (Head office is in Shanghai)
August 2013-August 2016
IB, AP, IGCSE, ESL and EAP English Teacher and English HOD
Classes Taught: Grades 10-12
Additional Responsibilities: Home Room, Poetry Club, Drama Club, Student Counselling, Extended Essay Supervisor, Invigilator for IB and A-Level Exams

The Hwa-Hsia Institute of Technology
Chungho District, New Taipei City, Taiwan
August 2011-July 2013
English Lecturer
Classes Taught: Advanced English, Reading, Listening & Speaking, Conversation, Applied English, Western Culture, English for Tourism, TOEIC

HungKuang University
Shalu, Taichung, Taiwan
August 2005-July 2011
Lecturer
Department of Applied English
Classes Taught: Listening, Conversation, Reading, General English, Drama, Poetry, Creative Writing & Literature
Additional Responsibilities: Test Editing, Drama Advisor/Director, Poetry Competition Coach, Independent Study Advisor, Mentor, Designing Curricula, Implemented and Edited Department Newsletter “The Parrot Paper”

Overseas Chinese University (formerly Overseas Chinese Institute of Technology)
Taichung, Taiwan
Summers of 2007, 2008 & 2009
English Summer Camp Instructor

Blessed Imelda's School
Taipei, Taiwan
July 2003-June 2005
English Instructor and Lead Foreign Teacher
Classes taught: Junior and Senior High Conversation, Reading, Literature, Listening, Speech, Social Studies, Interview Skills, Journalism, Creative Writing, Geography and a special class for community adults.
Additional Responsibilities: Creating Classroom Materials, Research Project Advisor, Study Abroad Advisor, Training and Mentoring of New Teachers.

Saint Petersburg College: Clearwater Campus
Clearwater, Florida USA
August 2002-December 2002
ESL Adjunct Instructor
Classes Taught: Grammar, Reading, Writing

The University of Tampa
Tampa, Florida USA
February 2002-May 2002
ESL Adjunct Instructor
Classes Taught: Reading, Writing, Grammar, Listening, and Conversation

The English Language Institute at the University of South Florida
Tampa, Florida USA
August 2001-May 2002
ESL Intern Instructor
Classes Taught: Culture and Reading

Academic Help Center of the University of South Florida
Tampa, Florida USA
January 2001-March 2002
English Tutor
Responsibilities: Tutoring both undergraduate and graduate students in reading and writing as well as preparation for standardized exams such as the SAT, GRE, TOEFL, and CLAST.

ACADEMIC ARTICLES
“Puppetry in the ESL/EFL Classroom”
2008 International Conference on Language Teaching & Learning
Pages 93-105
June 2008, Crane Publishing Co., LTD

“A Call for Common Sense: Minimizing Affective Filters in the Taiwanese L2 Classroom”
Interdisciplinary Strategies: Culture, Literature and Language Teaching
Pages 91-104
May 2007, Crane Publishing Co., LTD


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