Arkansas Tech University (Early Childhood Ed)
Arkansas Tech University (Other)
While I was going to school I homeschooled my daughter; when I began teaching in the public school system she began going to public schools. While in school I completed training in Kindergarten and Second grade. After completing my degree I began teaching in the Library and then moved on to Resource classes. Then into a Special Education classroom where I had 13 students with various disabilities.
I love to teach (I love to see the light bulb go off so to speak) when a student finally understands and can relate one problem to the next and connect the dots. I am certified to teach Pre-K-4 and Special Ed K-8. I would love the opportunity to help you reach your goals.
My Grandmother was an English teacher, she taught me to use speech correctly and I learned to love English and Literature. I began my school career as an English major. I loved the thought of teaching young students so I changed my degree to Early Childhood Ed to have both loves in one. Worked out great, I get to read lots books, so loads of reading, writing about what we read using correct grammar and vocabulary; as well as, telling the story aloud recalling time lines.
I have a BS in Early Childhood Ed and I am working on my Masters in Special Ed, but I do have the Special Ed endorsement. I have been trained in all areas in the college classroom and have had onsite training as well. As well as, many continuing education classes.
I would love to have the opportunity to help you achieve your goals and help you reach for new ones. I am available most days; but will work with all school and activity schedules as I have to do the same with my daughter. Travel is possible depending on the location. Contact me for more details; cannot wait to hear from you. Thank you While I was going to school I homeschooled my daughter; when I began teaching in the public school system she began going to public schools. While in school I completed training in Kindergarten and Second grade.
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