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Indiana University (Communication, Psych)
DePaul University (MEd)
I completed my undergraduate studies at Indiana University - Bloomington where I received my B.A. in Communication & Culture and a minor in Psychology. I returned to school at DePaul University in Chicago, where I graduated with my Masters in Elementary Education (M.Ed.).
Upon completion of my masters, I remained at my student teaching school to work as an assistant in a second grade classroom. I tutored extensively during that time, working with a range of children from 3.5 years to 12 years on everything from speech/language and social skills to math, social studies and french. When the school year ended, I returned to preschool teaching as the lead in a 3.5 year-old classroom.
After moving to DC in August 2015, I began working at an inclusion-model preschool that serves children with mild to moderate special needs alongside typically developing children. I serve as a Resource Teacher in a 3.5/4 year-old classroom where we focus on learning and social-emotional development through play.
I have used the "Handwriting Without Tears" curriculum in both preschool and early elementary.
Teaching is my passion and I love working with students to help them unlock their academic potential. I particularly enjoy working with students who struggle with a particular subject or concept, providing them with the mental tools and problem-solving skills they need to realize their true capabilities. I'm fun and friendly, but also serious about hard work and personal responsibility. I completed my undergraduate studies at Indiana University - Bloomington where I received my B.A. in Communication & Culture and a minor in Psychology. I returned to school at DePaul University in Chicago, where I graduated with my Masters in … Read more
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