University of Kentucky (Biology)
University of Nevada, Las Vegas (MEd)
I am grateful that I have found my passion in life, and that passion is education. After being a six-time teacher of the year at my previous school in Las Vegas, I moved to Los Angeles with the dream of teaching at a higher level in a school that prides itself on 21st century learning. My skill-based, inquiry-filled lessons have led to the inspiration of my students to fulfill their dreams in post-secondary education.
With an ardor for life, I have set out to influence and motivate the young people of America to realize and achieve their dreams. It is my pleasure to work as hard as possible to ensure that all students meet their potential.
As an excellent math student through high school, I tested out of all of my math classes in college. And in college, I continued to tutor my peers throughout their college careers. Also, being that I do not currently teach math, I am confident that my unsullied approach to teaching math would lead to refreshing lesson for my students.
As a six-time teacher of the year in Las Vegas, I have proven that I can motivate students with high rigor and push them to reach goals that they did not know they can reach. My lessons are fun, credible, and differentiated towards any learning style. My degree as a biologist is proof of my knowledge skill set, and my awards and recognitions are further evidence of my ability to teach that skill set.
I am in the business of teaching excellent strategies that have been proven successful through my years as an educator. I will ensure that all of my students are comfortable and reach any and all goals set before them. I am grateful that I have found my passion in life, and that passion is education. After being a six-time teacher of the year at my previous school in Las Vegas, I moved to Los Angeles with the dream of teaching at a higher level in a school that prides itself on 21st century learning. My skill-based, inquiry-filled lessons have led to the
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