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Radford University (Criminal Justice)
ULCA-Extension (Graduate Coursework)
I have a degree in Criminal Justice from Radford University. I am a former guidance counselor. I have 10+ years in private education as a guidance counselor with a certification in college and career counseling. I have many years as a test coordinator, study skills teacher and high school psychology teacher.
I value reading as a way for students to succeed in all subjects. Reading increases vocabulary and promotes better spelling. Recently, I was a teacher assistant (literature) in a local homeschool cooperative. During my years as a guidance counselor, I developed tutoring programs and test preparation for all grade levels.
As a guidance counselor, I taught study skills for many years. I have worked with elementary, middle and high school students individually and in class settings. I was also a test coordinator for all elementary, middle and high school standardized testing. I was an ACT and SAT (as well as AP) test administrator. As a homeschool mom, I specialized in handwriting and reading. I feel that proper handwriting is a loss tool and needs to be developed.
I welcome you to contact me and let's partner together to reach your goals of being a stronger reader/student! Reading should be fun and something you will come to love. It opens a world of imagination and will build your confidence as a student. Please schedule an appointment so we can meet and discuss your goals. I look forward to working with you. I have a degree in Criminal Justice from Radford University. I am a former guidance counselor. I have 10+ years in private education as a guidance counselor with a certification in college and career counseling. I have many years as a test coordinator, … Read more
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