Cassia is currently coaching cross country and Track & Field at SUNY Potsdam and beginning tutoring at Potsdam's Creative Writing Center in her spare time. She received her B.A. In English in Creative Writing and environmental Studies from St. Lawrence University and her M.S. In Instructional Design, Development, and Evaluation from Syracuse University. She has had three seperate creative writing pieces published and has written for the online journal ReviewReview, and worked as an assistant teacher for ESL students in Utica, NY for a summer during undergraduate. She hopes to be enrolled in a PhD program within the next couple years and go on to be an English professor.
B.A. English (Creative Writing) and Environmental Studies St. Lawrence University; M.S. Instructional Design, Development, and Evaluation Syracuse University
Subjects of Expertise
SAT Reading, SAT Writing, ACT English, GRE Verbal, Writing, Reading, Grammar, Vocabulary
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When writing creative pieces, it is easy to get wrapped up in the beauty of words. Teachers and professors often encourage students to add descriptions, created imagery that captures readers’ attention, and practice such techniques as simile and metaphor to create sentences that evoke feeling and emotion. However, all of these techniques can quickly turn…