I am a graduate of Texas A&M Commerce, with a BA in English and a MED in Special Education. During my internship, I taught resource reading and remedial math. While completing graduate school I worked as a teacher’s aide assisting with Biology, History, and Math subjects. I have completed more than 26 hours of Elementary Education courses. I also assisted in teaching and planning for the Life Skills class. This class included students with autism and visual impairments. This class, for me, was the most challenging and enjoyable for me. I had the pleasure of successfully teaching one of the autistic students how to read using the Edmark Reading Program in an eight-week period.
As a new teacher, I have found that teaching is a process that occurs to form and facilitate an atmosphere of understanding and applying new information. Before I could begin the formation and facilitating of an environment worthy of learning, I set my mind on one principle that is the foundation of my teaching belief. That principle is that every student is capable of learning. Their capability will be nurtured and driven by my willingness to use every strategy possible to make the subject easily accessible, applicable and enjoyable. I am more than equipped to help with your learning needs.
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