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Zachary
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The following are fool proof ways to succeed in any Social Science

Bringing any information to the real work is my priority. I love watching student' eyes brighten as they finally get that one thing that they have been working on oh so long. I lecture, I use Prezi, games, mini-projects, and anything I can think of to aid in the learning process.

Pre-University and Pre-Graduate school will be 100 dollars per hour.

I teach health and social care. For the level(s)primary, secondary, GCSE, as level, a level, BTEC, , adult education, .
I give lessons in person, at my home or the student's home.
I give lessons by Webcam.

5 reviews on Zachary
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Lisa

Zachary is an amazing teacher who is incredibly dedicated to his students. They would be wildly lucky to have him!!

Sarah

I took Zachary's human sexuality course at Richland a year ago and miss it everyday! He was so informative, so real, and so willing to work with each of his students. Even now I consider him my all time favorite professor and would strongly recommend having him be apart of your life!

Misa

Zachary is a very dependable... trustworthy..smart...intelligent young man with great character and a love for teaching. He is a great individual with a passionate drive for his beliefs. Any child would be completely safe and learn under his tutelage.

Zachary's Experience

I have taught countless students in the fool proof ways to succeed in any social science. It may seem like there are too many names to remember in psychology, or that the theories in sociology all start to blend. Then there is economics, which nobody really understands. With me however, I will be setting you on the path to become a world class social scientist. I do look to theory, but it is my utmost priority to make the learning that we do fun!

Zachary's CV

Education
Texas A&M University College Station, TX
Bachelor of Science in Sociology, December 2006
Minor, Psychology
M.Ed. Educational Psychology, Counseling, May 2009
(American Psychological Association Accredited)
California Southern University, Irvine CA
PsyD Clinical Psychology

ACTIVITIES
Junior World Affairs Council (co-sponsor) 2009-2012
• Coached students to compete in World Quest
• Facilitated learning about new cultures
• Led field trips with students to various lectures, films, and cultural awareness days
• Participated in International career fair
• Designed “Hugs for Haiti” campaign
• Created educational program concerning the impacts of poverty on health
• Led students to be first high school students in the state to compete in Model Arab League
Educational Psychology Student Organization (EPSO)
• Counseling Psychology Student Representative
• Represent students interest in CPSY faculty meetings
• Organize orientation events for new students
• Coordinate interviews for 2009-2010 students
• Plan miscellaneous activities to enrich experience of students and faculty
Aggie Recruitment Committee
• Lead a discussion group of 15 high school students for three days
• Traveled throughout Dallas during Winter Break recruiting at high schools
Iota Chapter of Alpha Kappa Delta (National Sociology Honor Society)
• President (2006)
Designed a sociology open house to encourage high school students to pursue the social sciences.
Supervised seven officers, and all active members. Implemented a welcome back picnic.
Restructured the Professor Spotlight series
• Vice President (2005)
Worked with President to ensure smooth functioning of all AKD activities. Brought nationally
famous author to speak at induction ceremony.
• Director of Internal Relations (2004)
Created “professor potluck” to bring professors and undergraduates closer together. Worked closely
with President and Vice President to ensure a healthy new organization

EXPERIENCE
Richland College- Professor April 2015-2017
• Promoted to full time Faculty within the Learning Framework, General Psychology and Human Sexuality.
• Work with adjunct faculty to select and adopt new text books
• Work with honors Council to continue to grow RLC honors Academy
• Travel and teach study abroad through honors academy
• Advise and Judge RCHS capstone projects
• Design Richland College Human Library Project
• Work with student life and counseling to design and implement Safe Zone project.

Richland College- Visiting Scholar August 2013-Feburary 2014
 Worked with faculty and staff to implement QEP and Achieving the Dream goals
 Taught EDUC 1300, Psychology 2301 and 2306
 Facilitated two- three movie nights per semester to better connect material from Human Sexuality to historical events
 Sponsored a trip to Terrell State Hospital to connect information in abnormal psychology unit
 Attended multiple trainings and continuing education classes to ensure continued pedagogical growth
. Facilitate trainings for Cooperative Learning
. Judge RCHS senior capstone projects
. Facilitate and create program for World AIDS day
. Participated in Richland and DCCCD Visions of Excellence program
.Awarded the Visions of Excellence Focus on Excellence award
. Actively work with Diversity faculty to engage in new and creative ways of encouraging diversity and the study of such

Richland College- Adjunct Faculty 2013-July 2013
 Worked with faculty and staff to implement QEP and Achieving the Dream goals
 Taught Psychology 2301 and 2306
 Facilitated two movie nights to better connect material from Human Sexuality to historical events
 Sponsored a trip to Terrell State Hospital to connect information in abnormal psychology unit
 Attended multiple trainings and continuing education classes to ensure continued pedagogical growth

Knowledge Unleashed- Feature Writer 2011-2012
• Write feature articles on various health related issues
• Research Health Disparity
• Collaborate with staff to present useful information to target population
Garland High School Jan 2007- Present (Acting Student Activities Director)
Permanent Substitute, TAKS Test Summer School
• Work with teachers and administrators to implement curriculum
• Administered TAKS Summer School Program in intern role
• Assisted in creating the 2007-2008 Master schedule
• Help students learn and integrate new knowledge
Texas A&M Center for Student Athlete Academic Services Aug 2008-May 2009
Learning Assistant
• Work with student athletes to ensure success in academic programs
• Coordinate with academic faculty to ensure best services for student athletes
• Teach students in problem areas
Texas A&M Center for Academic Enhancement (Student Learning Centre) Aug 2004 - Dec
2006
Supplemental Instruction Leader
• Lead review sessions for students in Political Science of the National Government
• Work to achieve University goal of retention, especially of Freshmen
• Facilitate growth of A&M students from varied backgrounds
Texas A&M University Department of Educational Psychology/ Counseling and Assessment
Clinic January 2008- May 2009
Counseling Practicum Student
• Collaborate with faculty, student workers and other counselors to effectively deliver services to
community members
• Deliver kind, considerate, and effective counseling to community members
Texas A&M University Department of Educational Psychology/ Geropsychology Consortium
August 2008- May 2009
• Collaborate with renowned geropsychology faculty/ Hospital administrators/Staff physicians to
provide effective and compassionate care for adults in late life.
• Deliver quality counseling and psychotherapy to individuals in late life.
Sociology Undergraduate Research Fellowship Aug 2004 to May 2005
Undergraduate Research Assistant
• Assist a Professor with research in sociological theory
Sociology Department Colloquium Series Committee Aug 2004 to May 2005
Undergraduate Representative
• Disseminate information about the Colloquium series to undergraduate students
• Assist in implementation of Colloquium series
Sociology Department Undergraduate Advisory Committee Aug 2005 to May 2006
Undergraduate representative
• Work to ensure a quality undergraduate program
The ARC of Dallas 2005
Exxon-Mobil CSJP Intern
Program Coordinator
• Designed a camp for children with mental and physical disabilities.
• Supervised camp staff and volunteers.
• Communicated with families about their child’s progress.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
No Publications
Research Fellow Aug 2004-May 2005
• Assigned to and worked with Dr. Stuart Hysom- Assistant Professor
• Conducted extensive Literature Review
• Formulated new ideas on Expectation States Theory
HONORS
Visions of Excellence Focus on Excellence Award January 2015
Invited to Kappa Delta Pi (Educational Honor Society) Spring 2008
Deans List Spring 2005
Distinguished Student in the Liberal Arts Spring 2004, Fall 2005, Spring 2006
Prudential Spirit of Community Award Winner Spring 2003
Dallas Morning News Teenage Citizenship Tribute Award Spring 2003
Area Exchange Club Student of the Year Spring 2003
Bill Hunt Memorial Scholarship Spring 2003

SERVICE
Gender Issues Education Service Spring 2004
• Designed and implemented programs dealing with Sexual Violence, Men’s, and Women’s Issues
• Assisted in design of men’s issue workshop
Bryan High School Mentorship Day Spring 2004, Spring 2005
Garland High School MOD (March of Dimes) Squad co-sponsor
• Worked in a team with co-sponsor to lead a student group in raising 12,000 dollars for the March of
dimes.
• Designed an Iron Chef competition to raise funds
• Organized trip to the March of Dimes Walk America
Garland High School Leadership Council (Sponsor) 2009-2010
• Work with student representatives of each organization on campus
• Organize service projects including caned food drive, “canstruction” and dream day.
• Conduct monthly meeting to coordinate campus leadership efforts.
Residence Hall Association Tunnel of Oppression
• Worked as discussion facilitator with Texas A&M Faculty at Tunnel of Oppression Program
American Psychological Association Center for Workforce Analysis (ongoing)
• Participate in discussions about the future of the psychological workforce

Professional Affiliations
American Psychological Association
American Counseling Association
APAGS (American Psychological Association Graduate

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