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Education is vital in the preparation of people to achieve success in all endeavors set before them. It is my aim to motivate students to do their best and extend their own personal limits in school while providing them with the tools necessary to become mature contributing members of their community. Through my multiple educational experiences, I have found that students have a higher interest when taught using hands-on/minds-on activities, cooperative learning, an integrated curriculum, and when possible, technology.
Mendenhall Fellowship, Smith College, 2010-2011 Bancroft Library Study Award, University of California, Berkeley Summer 2007 Graduate Research Mentorship, University of California, Davis, 2004-2005 McNair Graduate Fellowship, University of California, Davis 2003-2004
Masters of Education St. Johns University, Queens NY PhD Candidate, American History University of California, Davis, Davis, CA. Dissertation Title: Womanhood Revoked: Race, Gender, and Respectability in San Francisco, 1860-1940 Emphasis: African American History Minor Field: Cross Cultural Women’s Studies Bachelor of Arts, African American Studies University of California, Davis, Davis, CA. 2003 Bachelor of Arts Major: African American Studies Undeclared Minor: Political Science
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English Language Arts, Specialty, Social Studies - History, Government, Native Americans, U.S. History, World History, Geography, Other (Social Studies - History), Other (ELA), For All Subject Areas, Psychology, For All Subjects