My name is Camille An, History Social Science Department Chair at Roybal Learning Center. My teaching endeavors incorporate a wide range of experiences in curriculum development, social studies, standardized testing and teaching English language learners, which aims to meet the mission and vision of our school.
I have over fifteen years of teaching experience in a variety of settings as well as experience teaching diverse groups of students. My strengths lie in my ability to understand students from a multi-cultural perspective and have proved highly effective in building rapport and student progress over the years by instituting culturally relevant pedagogy. One of the greatest lessons I’ve learned as teacher was that no matter what linguistic, ethnic or socio-economic background the students come from, high expectations are always met with high level of performance. I am an educator that is dedicated to my students, not only in the area of academics, but also in a socio-cultural context that challenges students to think beyond the box while implementing curriculum that is both rigorous and engaging.
Master of Arts in Teaching @ University of Southern California
Bachelor of Arts in Social Science @ University of Southern California
Roybal Learning Center
Ramon Cortines School of Visual and Performing Arts
Francis Polytechnic High School