Differentiation equals success for all. Not every student learns at the same rate and has the same abilities. Learning can occur at many different levels, and it is vital that all students grow as critical thinkers, problem solvers, and learners. I offer different levels of tasks and assessments to ensure success for all students and make myself available to help in any way possible. I will continue to research and create new and better ways of allowing my students to reach their full potential and am always seeking innovative ways to help students succeed in my classroom. Not only do I want them to be successful, but I want them to enjoy learning along the way. I model the importance of education by constantly furthering my education as well. I am proud to have earned a marketing degree, an early childhood education degree, a middle grades education degree, a master’s degree in early childhood education, a specialist degree in curriculum and instruction, and my gifted endorsement.
I use a variety of teaching strategies in my class. Projects, games, and interactive activities are just a few of the strategies I use. DIFFERENTIATION IS KEY!!!!
Teacher of the Month International Honor Society
Pioneer RESA - Gifted Education 2012 Piedmont College - Specialist Degree in Curriculum and Instruction 2008 Piedmont College - Masters in Early Childhood Education 2007 West Georgia College - Middle Grades Education 1993 West Georgia College - Early Childhood Education 1991 West Georgia College - Bachelors of Business in Marketing 1988
I have been an instructional math coach for several years in addition to teaching math for 27 years.
English Language Arts, Vocabulary, Specialty, Math, Algebra, Applied Math, Arithmetic, Basic Operations, Fractions, Geometry, Graphing, Measurement, Other (Math), Science, Social Studies - History, Government, Special Education, Math Test Prep, Gifted and Talented, For All Subject Areas, Statistics, Economics , Word Problems, Problem Solving, Algebra 2, Short Stories, Mental Math, Decimals, Tools for Common Core