Fern Remedi-Brown, M.Ed., MBA
Since 1984, Fern has been an instructor and instructional designer of academic and content-based in English as a Second Language (ESL) and English writing skills to international graduate students, scholars, trainees, and employees in universities and workplace settings. Courses include listening, conversation/debates, oral presentations, critical thinking skills, idiomatic expressions, accent reduction, interviewing for a job, prepping for a job fair, expository writing, and scientific writing.
Instructor at Northeastern Fall 2017:
EducationMaster's Degree from Simmons College (2014)
Academic and Content-based ESL Instructor positions in higher education and on-site training included: Harvard University, Northeastern University, Boston University, MIT, Digital Equipment Corporation, Blue Cross Blue Shield, MGH, Spaulding, Lifeline, and Target International Student Center.
Taught academic listening, speaking, reading, and writing to all levels from beginner to advanced, as well as content-based instruction. Licensure: Public school ESL, provisional (2013).
- Effects of Societal Norms On and Trends for Japanese Women in the Workplace in Comparison to U.S. Women
- PRIMARY EDUCATION FOR GIRLS AND LITERACY OF WOMEN AND GIRLS IN GUATEMALA AND THE RELATIONSHIP TO ESSENTIAL HEALTH CARE; AND CHANGES IN EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES AND THE EFFECT ON LIFE IN GUATEMALA OUTLINE
- External Factors Affecting Lawrence General Hospital (Massachusetts): Analysis and Recommendations for Response
- Culturally Intelligent Leadership: recommendations for Google to offer greater transparency around their diversity programs as a way to start an open dialogue within the industry and among employees