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Trinity College (English Lit.)
University of Hartford (MBA)
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For seven years, I have been a substitute teacher in Gwinnett County. My students have all loved me—some have even thanked me— for helping them understand concepts that they have been studying.
I have enjoyed teaching young minds so much over these years that I recently went back to school to earn my Master of Arts in Teaching with a focus on Early Childhood Education. Now that I am certified, I am eager to start molding young minds and help students become lifelong learners.
I would be delighted to meet in your home, or in a public library, to begin our relationship in education. Together, I know we can make a difference! For seven years, I have been a substitute teacher in Gwinnett County. My students have all loved me—some have even thanked me— for helping them understand concepts that they have been studying.
I have enjoyed teaching young minds so much over these years that I recently went back to school to earn my Master of Arts in Teaching with a
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In December, I completed my coursework to achieve an MAT in Early Childhood Education. Moreover, I have been a substitute teacher, primarily in elementary grades, for seven years.
Having recently obtained my MAT with an emphasis on ECE, I studied the use of phonics in some of my courses. Phonics are important in helping the young child develop speaking and spelling skills. By studying groups of sounds, children more readily grasp how new vocabulary might be pronounced and spelled.
As a "lifelong learner," I have successfully completed a Bachelor of Arts degree, plus two Master's degrees. I have tried every means of studying (with background music, with the television turned on, and most recently in quiet). Due to my success in academia, I believe I have developed and mastered good study habits.