I first started teaching 3rd grade in 2004 in Florida. In 2006 I began teaching American 2nd grader in Japan with a U.S. Curriculum. In 2011 I transferred to Europe where I taught American first grade for one year. After which, in 2012, we transferred within Europe, and I continued teaching an American curriculum, but in high school social studies high school German. I've taught a variety of social studies courses since 2012, to include: Law, Government, World History, Economics, Psychology and Sociology.
I believe in using a lot of visuals: video, photographs, artwork, etc. to help students understand what would otherwise be abstract concepts.
School Accreditation Chairperson
Department Team Leader
School Advisory Committee Chairperson
The Relationship between Student Achievement and Multilingualism: A Quantitative Causal-Comparative Study (2012)
Ph.D. Northcentral University
M.Ed. University of West Florida
BA Emory University
AA Oxford College
Aside from teaching, I'm a happily married mother of three little girls. My husband and I both live and work abroad and are enjoying our time teaching and traveling.
English Language Arts, Grammar, Specialty, Math, Social Studies - History, Ancient History, European History, World History, Other (Social Studies - History), Psychology, Economics , Asian Studies, School Psychology