Huston-Tillotson University (Biology)
Prairie View A&M University (Master's)
Nova Southeastern University (MEd)
It is my core believe that, since the dawn of humanity, the driving force of success in life is to have a dream and work hard to realize that dream. As a life science educator, I strongly believe that every student, regardless of age, socioeconomic background deserve an educator as a lighting rod to help quench an individual student's thirst for education.
I further affirm that every student is entitled to an enriching education, respect, and professionalism. It is my solemn professional responsibility to motivate my students in ascertaining their inner strengths, abilities to excel and provide them the tools of activities that truly inspire them. It is also my primary duty to provide a stimulating learning environment that fosters confidence and encourages individual students to reach their full potential. In light of all that, as an educator, I take my responsibilities very seriously and always work hard to develop mutual trust and respect for both parents and students alike.
As far as skills and experience go, I bring creative and positive energy to my students and their learning environment, accompanied by the desire and willingness to work with others to achieve a common goal. With an unmatched combination of enthusiasm, unwavering commitment to my trade,and the drive for excellence, I truly believe that my service can and will be beneficial to any one who needs it.
I have been teaching Biology for Palm beach county school district for thirteen years preparing 10th grade students for the End Of Course Test, commonly known as (EOC), starting with Lake Worth Community High School, where I spent ten of my thirteen years. At Lake Worth High, I have been assigned a number of education majors from area Universities through the school district to come to my classroom and take cues from my lessons and how I deliver them.
In 2007, I relocated to Charlotte Mecklenburg school district, where I taught for four years.At the end of 2010 -2011 school I moved back to Palm beach county and was assigned to teach biology at Glades Central Community High school where I am currently teaching. I tutor 10th graders preparing for EOC on Tuesdays and Thursdays every week. In Charlotte, North Carolina, the success rate of my students passing Biology EOC was 75 percent.
Recently, I was approached to sign a tutoring contract with Palm beach county Library System but their 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Monday to Friday schedule conflict with my evening teaching schedule at Adult Education Center. Furthermore, I have both North Carolina State Standard II, Biology grade 6-12 Professional License and State Of Florida Biology grade 6-12 and ESOL Professional Certificate.
I acquired both professional licensing and certification through impressive passing scores in my subject area, I have both my Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Biology.
I have a Specialist degree from Nova-Southeastern University in Science Education and TESOL(Teaching English To Speakers Of Other Languages).
I will be more than happy to have both my professional certifications and credentials available to anyone who might be interested. Thanks for your time and patience.
It is my core believe that, since the dawn of humanity, the driving force of success in life is to have a dream and work hard to realize that dream. As a life science educator, I strongly believe that every student, regardless of age, socioeconomic background deserve an educator as a lighting rod to help quench an individual student's thirst for
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