I am a former Homeschooler. I am a substitute teacher at a local private Christian school (where both of my young sons attend, as well as where my husband teaches). I have experience teaching K-12 and find teaching to be a very rewarding experience!
Being that my sons have different learning styles (my oldest son is very visual and sits still but my youngest son is very kinesthetic and gets distracted easily), it has enabled me to better understand that children all vary in their learning styles and abilities. Because of this, I try to blend every learning style together in the classroom to accommodate each child's needs. Some need quiet. Some need visuals. Some are ok with noise. Some aren't. Some need to move. Others sit still. Is this tricky? Absolutely. It takes major wisdom on my part. But I am successful at it!
Nodda other than the eternal rewards I'm reaping in Heaven!:)
Highschool graduate and Bachelors of Business in Organizational Psychology and Development. It doesn't strictly pertain to education, but it's a degree that I can do a splendor of things with. That's why I went with it!
I'm married to the love of my life and we have 2 sons in 6th and 4th grade. My husband teaches Math, English, and study hall, and as I said before, I fill in whenever the school needs me so that gives me plenty of experience with each grade level!