This is my 7th year teaching ECSE.
I teach in a reverse mainstream classroom and love every minute of it. The early years of development are among the most important in a child's life. My goal is that my classroom will foster higher levels of cognitive, social, motor, language, and literacy development. Children have the opportunity to actively explore and experience the world through weekly themes.
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I earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Women’s Studies from Randolph-Macon College in 2006. I completed my Master’s degree in Early Childhood Special Education at Virginia Commonwealth University.
My professional interests include language acquisition and sensory integration. I also enjoy running, being outdoors, reading and of course spending time with family and friends.