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Chapman University (Education Studies)
I'm currently working towards finishing my last few credits to get my Bachelor's in Child Development and Learning. My end goal is a multiple subject credential with an emphasis in moderate/severe special needs. I have years of experience behind me working with regular classes as well as special needs classes. I have also worked a summer as an assistant teacher for at-risk and failing children. I personally was diagnosed with ADHD at age 4 and have learned numerous strategies to work around it in school. I was valedictorian of my high school, so my methods seem to have merit to them. I also have noticed that growing up with an often misunderstood disorder has made me extremely empathetic towards children, especially those with special needs. I understand more than most how hard school can be when your teachers and other students don't really understand or know how to help. I believe that every child has the potential to go far. Some just require more patience than others. I also believe having someone that truly cares can make a huge difference in the child's future view of school. I'm willing to go above and beyond for your child. Thank you for giving me the opportunity.
I'm currently working towards finishing my last few credits to get my Bachelor's in Child Development and Learning. My end goal is a multiple subject credential with an emphasis in moderate/severe special needs. I have years of experience behind me working with regular classes
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