Metropolitan State University of Denver (Special Education)
I am a dedicated licensed teacher in Special Education and Elementary Education. I have worked with students with special needs varying in ages 5 to 21 years old. I have co-taught in a full inclusion charter school and taught my own kindergarten class in a small title-1 school in Colorado. I love tutoring because it allows my student to have the benefits of one-on-one instruction while allowing ample time and opportunity to establish a professional and friendly rapport that helps to ensure academic and social success.
I have taught literacy to students who are serviced through IEP's, RTI, and gifted/talented. I understand and can effectively use the most current, research-based techniques to best reach your child's academic learning style, needs, and goals.
Taught special education (Elementary level) and taught kindergarten
Primary teaching license is in Special Education. Taught and supported students with special needs (mild to profound) from ages 5 to 21. I have worked with students with autism since I was 15 years old.
Education is a life-long goal. Every day there is something new to learn, another rock to turn over and a taller tree to climb. Successful knowledge is of personal achievement; however, the road of achievement is paved with valuable learning from effective teachers and role-models. I believe that teaching is more than presenting a curriculum to students; it is involving each student in the studies and making certain that every child knows that they are at the center of learning. I am eager to continue a life-long career in educating and enriching young lives. I will work hard to ensure that students who attend my classroom will grow to become strong, educated and successful in a world of ever-lasting change. I am a dedicated licensed teacher in Special Education and Elementary Education. I have worked with students with special needs varying in ages 5 to 21 years old. I have co-taught in a full
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