As an apprentice educator, I have worked as a daycare provider, full-time teacher, substitute teacher, personal tutor, small group leader, educational representative, coach, crisis prevention leader, risk-to-interventionist, 504 coordinator, ELL provider, translator, and countless other experiences.
I am a creative innovator whose compassionate abilities to personalize, breakdown, and differentiate general studies has helped me gain multicultural success while traveling the globe.
I am honored and humbled to have an opportunity to continue growing, learning, and working as a life skills educator. Highly Qualified Language Arts and Social Science teacher. Highest rated teacher at my school for the 2014 state evaluations. Promotions as group lead until I became Assistant District Director. Daily demand by school districts while serving as a substitute teacher. Highly recommended by Peace Corps Administration. Highly recommended as a daycare provider and tutor. Successful collegiate training.
Life is an educational adventure, and we must decide to indulge in the lessons... Associates of Arts in General Education Bachelors of Science in Language Arts and Social Science Education Masters Degree (2016) TESOL Educator Professional Development Areas: Multiculturalism, Foreign language studies, Standardized testing, Bullying/Discrimination, Human Trafficking, Crisis Prevention, Creative writing, Differentiated instruction, CPR certifications...
I was a truant student in elementary school. I was held back due to immaturity in 1st grade, and I was in Speech until 2nd grade. Due to the educational compassion, the differentiated instructions, and the persistent directions I received, I gained confidence as a Language Artist, a Social Scientist, and a lifetime student. My mother encouraged me to attend a local junior college, and she steered me away from military service. As a collegiate student, I was unsure what I wanted to study; thus, after a single semester a collegiate counselor encouraged me to study Language Arts, Social Sciences, and education...I was not fond of the idea of becoming a lifetime teacher, or spending my lifetime in a classroom; however, after seventeen years of professional, educational experience, I am sincerely and humbly grateful to continue having the opportunities to learn and grow within our global classrooms and our academic communities... My father raised me to believe that an education is our most valuable asset, and he also taught me to believe that an education is equal to freedom...When, I was a youth, I did not understand; however, I am now able to share these lessons with young adults who do understand.