I began teaching at a title one elementary school where I was honored to teach 5th and 6th grade science. I later began teaching high school. During that time, I taught 9th-12th grade sciences- anatomy/physiology and forensics. These experiences have been amazing and allowed me to learn different methods to help reach each student at their individual learning styles and needs.
My style of teaching is a mixture of structured, yet intriguing, out-of-the-box methods that provide students with a safe and respectful atmosphere. I strive to make learning easier and more enjoyable for each student. I like incorporating a variety of learning styles in order to find ways to reach each student.
Although I do not hold a certificate or an award in hand, I have a few memories that I am honored to be a part of. I was asked to move to another grade level by the superintendent and principal and was told I needed to "save the school from being closed." This was the schools last chance to get higher state test scores. I was pretty new to that school at the time (my second year there), so I was truly honored to be given this kind of faith. The year was successful- the entire grade level average was raised for the state exam and the school was kept open. I was also honored to have another region ask to use my classroom management and teaching techniques with their teachers.
I have my Bachelor of Science in Wild Life and Fisheries Science Composite Degree for Secondary Education from Texas A&M University.
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