Barry Stewart Mann earned his B.A. in English from Harvard University, graduating magna cum laude, and his M.F.A. in Theatre from the University of San Diego. A professional storyteller, actor, writer, and arts educator, Barry has developed expertise in arts integration, addressing core curriculum topics through learner-focused creative modalities. He teaches in Lesley University’s M.Ed. program, and has led classes at Emory, G.S.U., the University of Florida, Utah State University, and William Paterson University. He also has training and experience working with special needs students, students with A.S.D., and English Language Learners. Barry conducts arts integration residencies in schools throughout Metro Atlanta, is well-versed in state standards and current pedagogical practices, and presents at educational conferences. He is the proud parent of two teenage sons whom he helped to homeschool. As an author, he penned a reference volume on Sigmund Freud, as well as dozens of scholarly articles on various biographical, literary and historical topics. Barry sees the student’s individual interests, learning styles and nuances as the focal points of the tutoring relationship, and seeks to help each student find his or her unique entryway into the chosen content.