I have been an LBD teacher for 17 years. Most of my teaching has been in a highly structured setting that serviced students with significant academic, behavioral, and/or social needs. This next school year, I will again have a highly structured classroom and intend to implement a more structured and intentional plan to meet the needs of all students.
I teach kids skills they need to solve problems for themselves; whether academic, social, or behavioral. It is my job and passion, as an LBD teacher, to prepare kids for their future. I meet them are and grow them to their fullest potential. Each child possesses his/her own superpowers; strengths that can be nurtured to assist him/or in overcoming all adversities. During one of our "superpower" lessons, the students determined that my superpower was problem solving, hence my superhero name became...The Problem Solver. I do hope you find something here of use to you! God Bless. I once heard, When people ask, "What do you do?" Answer, "Whatever it takes". This is MY teaching style...I do whatever it takes to put my kids first each and every day. #KidsFirst
Acres Teacher of the Year, CEC Finalist Stella A Edwards Award, Montgomery County Educator of the Year, CKSEC Educator of the Year, Camargo Teacher of the Year
Eastern Kentucky University - Bachelor Degree in Elementary Education and Learning and Behavior Disorders, Morehead State University - Masters in Reading and Writing, Morehead State University - Rank I in Educational Technology, Consultant Endorsement
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