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Robert Allan spent the majority of his early years in Ohio, where he obtained a B.A. degree in History and Secondary Education at Walsh University. Prior to that he was the 964th AWAC Squadron's Assistant Historian and Airman of the Quarter.
Robert is permanently licensed to teach History in England & Wales. He was first prize co-winner of a free market game design contest in 1994 by the Foundation for Economic Education.
After leaving the U.S. he studied at De Montfort University in England and the University of Wales at Bangor, supporting himself through teaching and coaching. He trained as a sociologist at Bangor, where he was awarded an MPhil in Sociology through the Centre for Comparative Criminology. Prior to that he earned a Post-graduate Diploma in Historical and Cultural Appraisals of Sport at De Montfort.
He has wide experience in his teaching career: he's worked as a substitute teacher, teacher in private practice, elementary teacher, secondary teacher, prison school teacher, public school teacher, private school teacher, head coach, college lecturer, university lecturer, director of sport, and educational administrator. He was a doctoral student in Sociology at the University of Birmingham, UK in 2009 until the Department was terminated in 2010. He then followed his supervisor to the University of Huddersfield and was awarded a PhD. Robert currently divides his time between England and Ohio - researching social issues in Walsall and teaching Sociology in Ohio at Ashland University and Lorain County Community College.
Although Robert divides his time between England and Ohio, Robert can tutor university undergraduates by distance learning via the internet. Robert believes that every student can experience success. 'I believe every student can experience success whether in or out of a classroom', says Robert.
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Additional Languages: Arabic, English (British), French, Urdu
Availability: Weekdays (evenings)
References Available: Yes (✔ On File)
- University of Birmingham, transferred to University of Huddersfield after closure of Birminghams' Sociology Department (2014) - PhD in Sociology (Doctorate) (✔ On File)
- Bangor University (2001) - MPhil in Sociology (Masters) (✔ On File)
- DeMontfort University (1998) - PgDip in Historical and Cultural Appraisals of Sport (Other) (✔ On File)
- Walsh Universty (1990) - History/Secondary Education (Bachelors) (✔ On File)