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Florida A&M University
University of Central Florida (MEd)
I have taught in education for over 10 years in Orange and Osceola counties. I taught special education during all of my years teaching and enjoyed it. For about 3 years, I worked as a staffing specialist where I helped teachers complete paperwork for special education students. I have a master's in special education with a specialization in Autism. I love teaching students of all ages and I believe that everyone can learn. I have taught in education for over 10 years in Orange and Osceola counties. I taught special education during all of my years teaching and enjoyed it. For about 3 years, I worked as a staffing specialist where I helped teachers complete paperwork for special education students. I have a master's in special education with a specialization in … Read more
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I have worked with numerous students diagnosed with ADD/ADHD. I have learned various strategies that can help students focus better and apply their learning. Some strategies include: more time, wait time, and flexible scheduling.
I have a specialization in this area in my Master's program from University of Central Florida. Most students with Aspergers are very bright but may need help with social skills training. There are strategies for academics if needed such as: more time, drill and practice, and Performance Based Instruction.
I have a specialization in Autism in my Master's Program from University of Central Florida. I currently teach Autistic students at a local middle school 6-8th grades. I enjoy it. I can provide social skills training for appropriate behaviors, and use various modification and accommodations in the lessons taught.
I have facilitated a prayer group for the past 3 years where we have had bible study incorporated. I would love to provide bible study to those who desire it. The student would be guided through the new and old testament.
I taught at Boone High School where I taught a mixture of 9-12th grades. The students were dropped off at different job sites every day and I monitored them to see if they performed their duties correctly. I was over my job coaches to make sure they assisted the students properly as well. The students received job skills as well as on-the-job training. One student was place at a job part-time.
I have taught in Special Education for the past 14 years. I have taught students whose parents stated that they may have had trouble due to dyslexia, mixing letters around. I have experience with students who had learning problems and have my Master's in Special Education.
I am a special education teacher and have taught special education for almost 15 years combined in Orange and Osceola counties. I have used many strategies to help students achieve academic success on various levels. I am certified in Special Education K-12 on my Florida certificate and I have a Master's in Exceptional Education from University of Central Florida.
I have taught Learning Strategies in the public school sector. In Learning Strategies, students learn various ways to study and retain information for tests. They learn how to prepare for tests and projects. They also learn organizational skills to help them better achieve success.