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Piedmont College (Early Childhood Ed.)
Walden University (Master's)
Hello. My name is Rhonda E. and I am currently a Head Start teacher. This is my ninth year teaching students in a Head Start classroom. Previously, I was a volunteer in a first grade classroom three days a week helping students learn to read. Then I spent one year substitute teaching in grades kindergarten through fifth. Finally, I was a kindergarten paraprofessional for two years, which motivated me to go back to school.
I completed my undergraduate degree at Piedmont College in Demorest, Georgia, obtaining my bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education. Then I completed my graduate degree online at Walden University, obtaining my masters degree in Special Education. During my undergraduate course work, I completed 90 hours of field experience, which consisted of being in a classroom working with a large group of students, small groups of students, and individual students. I also conducted sixteen weeks of student teaching in a second grade classroom.
My tutoring methods are based on the individual student needs. I am a firm believer in teaching students the way they learn best. Learning must be active, engaging, interesting, and hands-on in order to be effective. Hello. My name is Rhonda E. and I am currently a Head Start teacher. This is my ninth year teaching students in a Head Start classroom. Previously, I was a volunteer in a first grade classroom three days a week helping students learn to read. Then I spent one year substitute
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