Lauren Axelrod

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I began as a student mentor at a private school. What began as a service project turned into a life changing experience. I served as the Academic Director at that private school for several years. I was been able to grow with the students and bare witness to their lives. I live by the motto, “Life’s too short to live the same day twice”, therefore my life experiences have gone well beyond traditional education.

I have a nationally syndicated archaeology website, Ancient Digger, which has been featured on Discovery Channel. I owned two restaurants before the age of 25, and have published multiple book reviews for Princeton University, New Leaf Publishing, the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, and Career Press. I received a Bachelor’s in Anthropology from the University of Central Florida, a Master’s in Teaching English to Speakers of other Languages, and I'm working towards a Ph.D. in Instructional Systems.

I currently warp young minds and manage my online commerce businesses.
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Article, Blog Post, Buyers Guide, Case Study, Checklist, Guide, Presentation, Product Description, Recipe, Social Copy
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BA , Anthropology
MA-In Progress, Instructional Systems
Florida|English, Spanish

Published Content

Case Study


March, 31 2014
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Preparing for College

The role of the student, agent, and parent in preparing students for their academic future.

March, 24 2016
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Toward a Sociocultural Approach

Lev Vygotsky explained that we cannot understand the individual without understanding the social and historical context in which he or she lives. Languages, as well as ways of thinking and communicating, emerge from particular cultural contexts (Lattuca & Stark, 2009, p. 156). Learning occurs through communication, in many different contexts, and in all different languages. Therefore maintaining a sociocultural perspective within the classroom allows us to understand the nuances of our learners.
The History and Meaning of Ancient Egyptian Jewelry

Ancient Egyptian jewelry represents a long history of divine craftsmanship by a people we continue to be intrigued by. Egyptian art and jewelry was never just art, but represented a deeper meaning, which even today baffles archaeologists.

February, 14 2013
Pompeii: Erotic Art and Roman Sexuality

Sex was a completely normal and fulfilling experiencing in Pompeii, and most of what we know about the eroticism that took place there was left on the walls. For 1700 years, this Greco Roman town lay buried in a blanket of ash and pumice, until archaeologists unearthed a town home to 20000 people. Beginning excavations were haphazard and damaging, yet while methods of archaeology were more refined, more artifacts more discovered. Some of the most recognizable and erotic art and archaeological finds in Pompeii were statues, large pools, and several murals of Priapus.

May, 21 2012
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To what extent do regional dialects of the Indian language help or hinder English acquisition?

Linguistic imperialism not only happens within the confines of the classroom, but inside village caste systems. Hindu and Muslim touchable caste members are the majority speakers of the Standard Hindi language; therefore this might explain the dialect distribution of Hindi variations, and Standard English, an untouchable language. Lack of usage of the untouchable dialects and languages shows us that there is an evident language of prestige within the touchable caste.

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