I have spent the last 8 years teaching students with disabilities and 4 of those years have been spent working with high school students with severe mental health and behavior disabilities.
Working with high school students with disabilities, I try to bring the "real world" into every lesson or take the lessons to the "real world."
I graduated my masters program with honors and have become highly qualified in biology and health.
I graduated from the University of Arizona with BS in speech and hearing. I then decided I want to work in the classroom and went back for my masters degree in special education.
Our school does not fit in the typical "box" and we often have to make do. So I have begun to create forms, rubrics, and other supplementary classroom materials to fit the needs of my classroom and students. I have spent hours creating professional and yet functional materials of which I have decided to share with others.