Since 2014, Two Birds One Stone Learning, LLC has been serving the expatriate and international business community of Columbus, Ohio, with superior quality communication instruction at the individual, small group, and classroom levels. Focusing on test preparation, skills enhancement training, and survival communication, TBOSL has survived the test of time since 2014. We are weathering the storm amid the COVID-19 Pandemic with face-to-face lessons shifting to online.
Daniel has over a decade of experience in the area of English to Speaker of Other Languages (ESOL) ranging from the Japan Exchange and Teaching Program (JET) in the metro Tokyo area for three years to instruction at the university level at Clemson University in his home state of South Carolina. Stone is a certified K-12 public school teacher and takes his non-education experiences to add value to his students' educational experience. Daniel has professional experience extending from military service in the United States Navy to working in the airline industry during 9/11. After graduating from college, Stone managed the company's largest account, Costco Wholesale and developed new business with the military sector for a Japanese food and beverage distributor located in the Little Tokyo District of Los Angeles. After the JET Program, Daniel worked in municipal government for the City of Greer (SC), a stone's throw from his childhood home. Stone left the Upstate of SC to direct a new school as the school's head administrator on the campus of Ohio Dominican University. The school's tuition topped $2 million annually under Stone's direction.
Stone's educational accomplishments include an undergraduate degree courtesy of the Montgomery G.I. Bill from California State University, Dominguez Hills in the greater Los Angeles area. In 2014, Daniel earned a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Ohio Dominican University in Columbus, Ohio. In addition to these accomplishments, Stone has completed the Intensive Pedagogical Training Institute (IPTI) facilitated by the State of Ohio's Department of Education and graduate-level education courses from Grand Canyon University.
A student of the Japanese language, Daniel, uses his experiences as a language learner to related to the struggles that his ESOL students face.