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San Diego State University (Psychology)
San Diego State University (Master's)
I have been teaching for 12 years as a special education teacher. I began my career teaching in high school for ten years before moving to Middle School and then finding my way to Elementary School, where I currently teach grades 3 and 4. I enjoy all levels and feel very grateful to have taught where students begin their school career all the way to graduating high school.
I enjoy working with students of all abilities and a variety of goals. I have taught math through Geometry and language arts through the 12th grade. I have also taught a variety of sciences, social sciences and health through high school. I have taught CAHSEE intervention classes in high school. I have also worked as a home/ hospital teacher working with students in their home when they were unable to attend school.
I hope to meet the individual needs of all students by meeting their academic goals.
I taught Pre Algebra and Algebra for 10 years to students with disabilities. I have spent many years completing professional development and implementation of the California Common Core Standards in Math and Language Arts.
I'm Currently working as a Special Education teacher in an Elementary School. I'm a Credentialed Special Education Teacher in the area of Mild moderate disabilities with an Authorization in Autism and Highly Qualified in Language Arts.
Contact me with your tutoring needs. I have been teaching for 12 years as a special education teacher. I began my career teaching in high school for ten years before moving to Middle School and then finding my way to Elementary School, where I currently teach grades 3 and 4. I enjoy all levels and feel very grateful to have taught where students begin their school career all the way
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I have attended many Common Core Professional Development Courses. I teach the current Common Core Curriculum.
I'm a K-12 credentialed Education Specialist working in an Elementary School as a teacher.