Ann Snider

ELL Instructor

Hello and welcome to my Earlham College Profile page.  I’m so excited to be a part of the Earlham College community for Fall 2022. Let me share with you a little about myself.  I have a Master of Arts in Education with a specialty in Curriculum and Instruction and Teaching English as a Second Language (TESOL) from the University of Nebraska, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Family and Consumer Studies and Environmental Psychology from the University of Utah.  I have been teaching college-level English language learners since 2003.  Since moving to Richmond in 2018, I have been teaching at IUE as an adjunct instructor for both the department of English and Communication.   I have also been working for Richmond Community Schools as a substitute teacher at RHS.

In the past I have been an active member of the TESOL Midwest chapter and have also attended several International TESOL conferences.  I enjoy participating as both a presenter and participant.  I have worked hard over the last twenty years to stay current in the area of international education.  At the University of Nebraska, I worked as the lead proctor for all TOEFL testing and placement of incoming international students.  I also took on the role of developing new classes as necessary to meet the needs of the varying levels of international students.

I have spent time living abroad in several European countries.  I love traveling and experiencing new cultures.  One of the highlights of my life was the privilege I had to teach English at Shandong University in Weihei, China.  What a true learning experience.

I speak German and know what it is like to get to learn a second language.  I love speaking German with my husband, and consider it our “secret” language from our children.  I have been married for over 30 years and am the mother of four wonderful children.  We recently welcomed our first grandson to the family.

I believe in all things international students and want to help you feel welcome here as you start your studies at Earlham College!  Please feel free to reach out at anytime!

Contact

765-983-1424
Landrum Bolling Center
snidean@earlham.edu