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Date Posted : 2015-08-18
Category : Computer Services
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Eva attended Phillips Exeter Academy, an elite New England boarding school, before she began college at Stanford University. There, she completed her Bachelor's and Master's in Psychology. She also studied abroad at the University of Oxford, where she completed a tutorial on gifted education in public schools. This project left her keenly aware of the hardships that too many gifted teens experience in high school.
Since graduation, Eva has worked as a writer and content specialist. In addition to creating eBooks for companies like Intuit and Fisher Investments, she has published essays about high school and college education in Slate and The Huffington Post. Her essay about fostering creativity and curiosity in children was voted one of the best Quora posts of 2013.
Although she loves content creation, the work that Eva enjoys most has always been teaching gifted youth. It started with her dorm proctorship at Exeter in 2005, followed by a summer of fencing instruction and guitar lessons at Montecito Sequoia Lodge. She taught biology and geology at Stanford's Education Program for Gifted Youth, and took a group of ten American teenagers to Poland for a summer abroad through Experiment in International Living.
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I've been teaching guitar for seven years to students of all ages and levels, and began teaching bass and ukulele last year as well. I received my Bachelor's in Music from Thornton School of Music at USC, so I have a very solid background when it comes to playing and deconstructing a multitude of music styles. I prefer to combine the wealth of information I learned in school with my own position that the guitar should be fun to learn and play. While I know