BA from San Diego State University (EdD)
Prior to becoming a mother, I taught Kindergarten and tutored students in grades ranging from Kindergarten to 4th grade. Last school year, I worked as a substitute Resource Teacher at my son's school, Julian Charter.
In this role, I provided strategies to students who may be struggling with curriculum within the classroom. As I have slowly stepped back into teaching, it has made me realize how much I miss helping and assisting students; especially in small groups and one-on-ones. My specialties included: study skills, organization, differentiation instruction (in all subjects areas), scaffolding and developing a relationships that focuses on trust and respect.
I received my BA in Liberal Studies and The MEC Credential Program. Throughout college, I was a tutor for kiddos in grade K-5th. After graduating, I went on to teach Kindergarten for two years. After the two years, I became a mother to my first of three.
-California Teacher Credential
-In class experience
-Homeschool mother and tutor
I love helping students develop strategies and study skills that will carry them through their education. I create unique curriculum that fits each student's needs and interest. I'm ready to teach. I'm ready to make a difference. Prior to becoming a mother, I taught Kindergarten and tutored students in grades ranging from Kindergarten to 4th grade. Last school year, I worked as a substitute Resource Teacher at my son's school, Julian Charter.
In this role, I provided strategies to students who may be struggling with curriculum within the classroom. As I have
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I received my California Teaching Credential in 2006, which trained me in creating, producing and evaluating students in grades K-8th. After graduating, I taught Kindergarten for two years and partially homeschooled my three children.
I have had the honor of homeschooling my 3 children for the last two years. Each Friday, in accordance to state standards, I would create and implement curriculum based on my children's needs. It was an honor to be their teacher for 30% of the school year.
Phonics is a key part in Kindergarten, which I had the pleasure of teaching for two years. I loved coming up with fun strategies for my students to know the sounds of each letter. The best part of teaching Kindergarten was seeing the students' ability to turn those sounds into words; where readers all begin!!