Christina Baker, Ph.D. | Faculty
International American University
Ph.D. in Education; Capella University; Minneapolis, MN.
M.B.A. in Non-Profit Management; Hope International University; Fullerton, CA
M.A. in Communication Studies; California State University, Los Angeles; Los Angeles, CA
M.A.Ed. in Adult Education; Trident University; Cypress CA
M.S. in Education: Reading & Literacy; Capella University; Minneapolis, MN
B.A. in Speech Communication; California State University, Long Beach; Long Beach, CA
A.A. in Speech; Long Beach City College; Long Beach, CA
A.A. in General Studies; Columbia College; Los Alamitos, CA
English Language Learner Certificate (CLAD to CELT); University of California, Los Angeles; Los Angeles, CA
Reading Certificate; University of California, Irvine Extension; Irvine, CA
Christina Baker is an educator, tutor and a writer for over ten years. She has experience teaching grades K-12 with an emphasis in the language arts for 7-12: reading, writing, English fundamentals, literature, and rhetoric. She even taught one year of 7th grade social studies during this time. She taught 5 years as a full-time teacher and 7 years as a substitute teacher, 1 year as a teacher’s aid, 8 years as a tutor for at-risk children and 3 years as a college instructor. As a teacher she worked in the Los Angeles County school districts title 1 schools in the public school and charter school system; as a tutor, she worked in both the Los Angeles and Orange County cities. As a college instructor, she worked on campuses in Los Angeles and Orange County, but teaching online nationally and internationally.
Currently, when Ms. Baker is not tutoring she works as an adult educator in numerous colleges, universities, and continuing education programs on campuses and online. She has taught many classes that include communication courses: speech, public speaking, oral communication, human communication and business communications; Business courses: hospitality management, English business communication and applied business law, and English courses: writing skills, technical writing, fundamentals of writing, fundamentals of reading, fundamentals of English, basic English, research methods, English composition1, English composition 2, Introduction of literature, computers and basic reading. She also has taught sociology, humanities, dynamics of interpersonal relationships and worked in a basic skills lab as an instructor.
Christina Baker’s scholarly background is very diverse in the fact that she attended educational courses on various campuses and online. Baker earned her first masters (MA) in communication studies: speech from California State University, Los Angeles and her multiple subject teaching credential and single-subject English teaching credential; MS in education: reading and literacy from Capella University; MBA in non-profit management from Hope International University; and is finishing her MAED in adult education from Trident International University. Her BA is in speech communication from California State University, Long Beach. Christina Baker has taken over 20 specialized training sessions geared for teaching, lesson planning, and academic procedures and obtained a reading certificate from the University of California, Irvine Extension and finishing an English language learner