A native English speaker, fluent in Portuguese, with a Masters in Educational Technology pursuing a content development or publishing position. Experienced with creating educational content in corporate training, K-12 and online environments, using the Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office. Proficient in creating 2D and 3D multimedia graphics and animation and using content development workflows in various types of projects. Creative and innovative in problem solving, and adaptable to project and design changes. Able to identify optimal resources and implement practical solutions under time-critical conditions.
I have a CELTA certificate in teaching english to speakers of other languages from the University of Cambridge. I am currently a native English teacher for the English Program in South Korea. I teach at both the primary and middle school levels.
To obtain a position within an organization in which I can apply and expand my knowledge and skills in information technology, as applied to the art and science of teaching, while contributing to the development of curriculum based educational content, lessons, and technologies.
At this stage in my career, I am eager to apply what I have learned through my education, internships, and professional experience, to contribute to the success of your educational technology and content development efforts, either individually, as part of a team, or in a leadership position.
I am highly motivated to learn new knowledge and skills required for success in today's globally connected world. My background provides the foundation to be successful in these endeavors.
When I'm not teaching, I enjoy spending time out doors.
While in South Korea that has included exploring, and learning more about the many historical landmarks, and how they relate to the South Korean culture.
I also enjoy exploring nature by hiking, and South Korea has a wide range of trails throughout it's many natural areas, including both mountainous and coastal areas.
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