My first student teaching experience was teaching high school history in an inner-city public school. The following year, I student taught 4th grade math in an upper-class public school. The first two years of my official teaching career were spent instructing 6th and 7th graders at a Project Based Learning STEM school. I taught social studies as well as school skills. I am currently teaching 6th grade social studies and reading, and 8th grade broadcasting at a Catholic school.
I love interactive lessons! If a student is not actively doing, they are not actively learning. Even though I believe that notes are a necessary part of a curriculum, my teaching style is a mix between Project Based Learning and Project Oriented Learning.
I have won many grants and am a STEM Scholar.
For as long as I can remember, I have always wanted to be a teacher. I fell in love with my teachers and their methods as a young public school student. From there, I decided to pursue a degree in Middle Childhood Education from the University of Cincinnati (go bearcats!). My focus was teaching math and social studies. After graduating Summa Cum Laude, I went on to obtain my Generalist Endorsement from Wright State University. I am currently working on my Masters of Literacy from the University of Dayton.
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