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  • English lessons available online

    By: Dr Jan White < Show E-mail >

    Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2010

    Location: Oceania (Online)

    (Teaching English/ EOSL/ Education)
    Dr Jan White
    P.O. Box 67 152 Mount Eden,
    Auckland, New Zealand
    Telephone: 64 9 838 6024 / +021 711494
    E-mail: drjanmaureenwhite@gmail.com

    • PhD (Art History), University of Auckland
    • M.A. (HONS) (Comparative Literature & Art History), University of Auckland
    • B.A. (Humanities & Two Special Topic Masters papers in Sanskrit and Old Javanese Languages (Dr Eric Van Reign)), University of Auckland
    • Diploma of Education to teach Secondary College Level, University of Auckland and Auckland College of Education in Art History, Classical Studies & Art Education
    • Wellington School of Design: Dip Fine Arts & Design Courses, 3 years
    • Extended Study of Painting (2 years) Professor Paul Olds (RCA), Victoria University, Wellington

    • 2005-2010 Private students for English as a second language and conversational English
    • 2002-2004 Language Studies International
    • 2002 Enterprise Waitakere ESOL, Workplace English
    • 2000-2003 English as a Second Language, Diocesan Private School, Epsom, Auckland
    • 2001 Unique English Language School
    • 2000-2001 Language Studies International
    • Currently a British (NZ) government registered Secondary teacher

    • Teaching, tutoring, lecturing at Secondary and Tertiary levels
    • English is at a level that I could teach this subject at Secondary level, accustomed to supervising French, English and the Sciences with Diocesan Private College and Saint Cuthbert’s Private College students). Research, writing and editorial skills honed through graduate education, academic and professional research projects, teaching, lecturing and tutoring experience to secondary and tertiary students, professional freelance writing and experience writing courses, teaching and assessing students’ work. Produced a wide variety of styles and project types ranging from academic papers, books for academics and the public reader, magazine articles, catalogue essays and both hard copy and World Wide Web critical reviews, funding proposals.
    • Worked as a copy holder for Pindar Publishing, Routledge (UK and US English language formats)
    • Experienced writing reports, writing study programmes, assessing work and research projects, lecturing, team teaching, assessment and evaluation.
    • Strong ability to handle spontaneous Q and A sessions.
    • Public speaking and experienced in team project managerial work through teaching experience and working with the SYDA Foundation for whom I organised programmes, coordinated and managed team projects and events.
    • Computing and multi media experience: Word; Photoshop; Corel Draw, Windows Movie Maker; Constructing Web pages/ sites (Geocities); Data Projector; Email competent and experienced with World Wide Web research.

    • 2009-2010 Winston Churchill Fellow
    • 2008-2009 Robert Lord Writer’s Residency, Dunedin
    • 2006 Contacted by the Saatchi Gallery, London. Invited to present work on their website:http://video.saatchigallery.com/artist/profile/31944/Jan%20Maureen+White/Jan%20Maureen.html
    • 2005 Awarded Research Grant by the University of Auckland, Research Committee
    • 2004 American Fulbright Cultural Exchange Committee Travel Grant, Wellington
    • 2004 Artist in Residence, Diocesan College, Epsom
    • 2004 Awarded Research Grant by the University of Auckland, Research Committee
    • 2003 Awarded a Creative New Zealand Travel/ Research Award
    - Awarded Research Grant by the University of Auckland, Research Committee
    • 2002 Awarded Research Grant by the University of Auckland, Research Committee
    • 2002 Awarded a Fulbright Foundation Award
    - Awarded Research Grant by the University of Auckland, Research Committee
    • 2001 Awarded Research Grant by the University of Auckland, Research Committee
    • 2000 Awarded Research Grant by the University of Auckland, Research Committee

    - Guest lecturer, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Art, Richmond, U.S.A.
    • 1994 Art Critic, Jane Griffin, "Torsos and Gateways: The Sculpture of Jan Maureen White," Art New Zealand, No. 70 Autumn
    • 1994 Artist in Residence, Diocesan College, Epsom
    • 1989 Artist in Residence, Fullerton University, (Sculpture)
    • 1988 Artist in Residence, Kansas City Art Institute, (Sculpture)
    • 1987 Artist in Residence, Flagstaff University
    -Travelled to India on a Major Research Grant, New Zealand Arts Council
    • 1986 Artist in Residence, College of Fine Arts, University of New Mexico
    - Awarded a New Zealand Arts Council Travel Grant, Lecture Tour of several universities and research visit to the U. S. A.: Flagstaff University, University of New Mexico, College of Fine Arts, Albuquerque, Fullerton University, L. A., Sante Fe Art Institute, Kansas City Art Institute
    -Tokoroa Art Awards, Award of Merit: Judge: Professor Anthony Green, Art History, University of Auckland
    • 1986 New Zealand Arts Council Major Grant for research project and Lecture Tour of several universities in the U. S. A. (Flagstaff University, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque College of Fine Arts, Fullerton University, L.A., Santa Fe Art Institute


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