I got my bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary studies from Virginia Tech. I then got my Master's in Special Education from Lynchburg College while working as a day treatment counselor. I now work for a small rural school in Central Virginia.
I would have been in SPED had it not been for my mother being an LPC and teaching me strategies from an early age to manage my ADHD. I chose to teach SPED because I think I can use my experiences to change the stereotype of SPED and teach these children to be successful at any endeavor they choose.
Yet to be added