Christine Dubois is an award-winning writer and editor who handles articles, newsletters, reports, press releases, websites, resumes, and other writing projects for a variety of grateful clients.
She has a degree in Communications from the University of Washington, and has worked in television news and corporate/nonprofit communications, including a stint as Communications Director for an organic farm.
She teaches writing classes at North Seattle and Seattle Central colleges, as well as for local businesses.
Her warmth, knowledge, and enthusiasm make her a popular instructor.
Christine's Teaching Style & Approach
How do you present material to students?
People are sometimes surprised that they have to write in my classes!
I use a lot of writing exercises, plenty of handouts and examples, and answer questions.
I tailor the class to the needs of the students, so it’s never exactly the same twice.
How you interact and work with students?
My classes are a combination of lecture, writing exercises, and small group discussion.
What kind of classroom dynamic do you promote?
I try to create a fun, positive, welcoming environment. I’m also known for bringing chocolate or homemade cookies.
The class was interactive. The instructor was engaging. I took home many tips and gained some skills to make my editing better. — Lindsay Orlowski, Proofreading: Review of Common Writing Errors