I am in my 6th year teaching at the high school level. I have taught Introduction to American Criminal Justice, Honors and Standard (CP depending on your state) U.S. History 1877-Present, and AP U.S. History.
I strive to be extremely engaging. Even when I am lecturing and my students are taking notes, I am constantly asking questions and for their opinions. I know that history is not everyone's favorite subject, but my goal is that they still enjoy coming to my class and learn something new every day! I'm not afraid to do something physical in order to make a point or get across a concept (i.e. jumping on top of an empty desk to reenact a speech). That being said, I'm very structured in my lessons. My students are introduced to the class routine from the first day of school and it continues up until the day of their final.
I had two students reach the state level of the National History Day competition during my first year of teaching. I was awarded Teacher of the Month in March 2017.
B.A. in History Education from the University of Delaware College Board Certified-AP US History
I absolutely LOVE teaching and am constantly thinking of new interactive activities to incorporate into my lessons! My products may look simple, but each are designed to enhance student learning and growth. I will almost always upload products that can be edited for extra flare on customers' own time. I offer low prices because as teachers we are always spending our own money on classroom supplies, so I know from personal experience how important it is to save wherever you can! :)
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