I attribute my success as an educator to my ability to relate to my students, finding a way to get them to see things from a new perspective.
I started "teaching" back in high school, when students in my computer classes would often come to me for help if the teacher was unavailable. The same thing happened when I was attending community college; I was asked to become a tutor for their computer lab. It was there that I had my first real experience as a teacher, when one of the faculty asked me to speak to his class on using desktop computers. Since then, I have kept busy, teaching adults everything from what they need to know when purchasing a computer to learning how to play blackjack and poker.
Since 2011, I have been an adjunct faculty member at Philadelphia University in their School of Continuing and Professional Studies. The courses that I have taught (which are still on the curriculum) are:
CSSEM 300 - Professional Practices Seminar
IT 201- Learning and Technology
MGMT 361 - Leadership Theory and Ethical Practice
MKTG 102 - Principles of Marketing
MKTG-307 - Principles Social Media Marketing (this is a class that I developed for the school)
SOC 310 - Social Science of the Workplace