The instructors in Campus Education’s test preparation programs were taught by Princeton Review master trainers with over 10 years of teaching experience and thorough expertise in using The Princeton Review’s methodology and tools. Teachers were given intense classroom instruction using the proven strategies that The Princeton Review developed to conquer the SAT and ACT tests, and they are certified to teach the test preparation programs using the methodology, materials, and tools developed by The Princeton Review.
Campus Education instructors are already dedicated and experienced teachers with solid classroom management skills. They have the ability to identify the needs of students from different backgrounds and varying levels of proficiency and to provide differentiated instruction. They also have special insights concerning the needs of English language learners. Furthermore, to be eligible to teach in the test preparation programs, instructors are required to earn a license from the New York State Education Department.
Elif is a very passionate English teacher who believes that the fundamentals of teaching start with expanding one's own knowledge of the subject. She majored in Economics and minored in Environmental Studies at SUNY Binghamton University, and she obtained her TESOL Certificate oversees. She has been teaching English for three years now.
Because she knows first-hand how stressful the SAT and ACT tests can be, Elif has always been ready to give her students extra support when they prepare for these tests. Gaining SAT/ACT Teacher Training and Certification from The Princeton Review has been Elif’s way of ensuring that she’ll be able to help every single one of her students in the short run and in the long run to reach their goals and dreams.
Anastasia graduated from the University of Washington in 2010 with a degree in Political Science. Upon graduating, she traveled to Seoul and Shanghai and taught in Asia for four years. She is CELTA certified and has experience teaching English, social studies, and science.
An extrovert by nature, Anastasia finds the classroom a wonderful setting for her to share her knowledge and experiences with others. And by taking an SAT/ACT Teacher Training and Certification course with The Princeton Review, Anastasia is also ready to share her knowledge and insights with students preparing to take the first steps in their own academic journeys.
Joe has been a teacher and educational administrator for over 20 years. He earned a B.A. from Columbia University, an M.A. from New York University, and a TESOL Certificate from TESOL International. He taught English, world literature, and writing at several universities in the United States, and English and global studies at the high school level before that. He also directed several university-based programs in English and foreign languages.
Joe currently serves as the Academic Director of the Campus Education school system, where he has devoted his energies to improving and expanding the course offerings at Campus Education since 2011. By joining his colleagues in the SAT/ACT Teacher Training and Certification course offered by The Princeton Review, he has gained new insights into the test preparation process. Joe hopes to combine his past experience, new skills, and overall enthusiasm to make the CAMPUS test preparation program a success for all the students, parents, and teachers who will participate.