Since 2000, Ted Shelov has taught various Business/CIS courses at Roger Williams University in Bristol, RI; Stonehill College in Brockton, MA; and Salve Regina University in Newport, RI.
In graduate school through San Diego State University, Ted went to Wuhan University in Mainland China as a scholarship student studying Mandarin and modern Chinese history. He also worked in Sendai, Japan on a teaching fellowship through the Japanese Ministry of Education.
In 2008, Ted earned his Master’s in the Art of Teaching from Johnson & Wales University in Providence, RI. He is certified by the Rhode Island Department of Education; special education, grades k-12. His varied interests include the history of science in Chinese, Web design and function, and the application of technology in international business.
Ted consults for various businesses and school departments throughout Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
Ted and Elizabeth enjoy living in Barrington, Rhode Island with their two teenage daughters, and three large dogs.