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Donald Stinson

Donald Stinson

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Teaching Experience

  • College Composition II (Summer 2013)
    • Northern Oklahoma College – writing/rhetoric/research/critical thinking
  • Modern Arts & Culture (Summer 2013)
    • Northern Oklahoma College – art history/philosophy/music history/literature/cultural studies
  • British & Irish Literature to 1800 (Spring 2013)
    • Northern Oklahoma College – Literature from Britain & Ireland from the Middle Ages to the Enlightenment

Languages

  • English
    • Speaking level: Superior
    • Reading level: Superior
  • French
    • Speaking level: Beginner
    • Reading level: Intermediate
  • Spanish
    • Speaking level: Novice
    • Reading level: Intermediate

Honors & Awards

  • NISOD Teaching Excellence Award (05/2007)
    Award from the National Institute for Staff and Organization Development at the University of Texas
  • Oklahoma Educator’s Leadership Academy (05/2007)
    Completed the professional development sequence offered by the ELA, housed at the University of Central Oklahoma
  • Who's Who Among America's Teachers (05/2006)

Presentations

  • Featured Reader: Don Stinson, 04/03/2009
    Read poetry at the annual Scissortail Writers Festival at East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma.
  • Oklahoma Voices: Creative Writing, 10/31/2008
    Was a featured reader (of my poetry) during the annual convention of the Southwest Region Two-Year College English Association Meeting in Oklahoma City.
  • Look Outward to Look Within, 10/30/2007
    Participated in a group presentation at the annual convention of the Southwest Region Two-Year College English Association Meeting in San Antonio.

Positions

  • Instructor of English (08/2001 – Current) Northern Oklahoma College