Kansas State University (Elementary Education)
University of Kansas (Master's)
I love making learning success stem from my students interests. I teach reading through writing about students' hobbies and interest. I love fractions and whole numbers to come to life by communicating concrete and abstract objects. I help build bridges of confidence with simple skills that bring more understanding of algebra and other mathematics languages. Students' successes are my success because with success comes confidence and insight like finding the path through the night when the light is inside to lead you the way.
When students develop their own stories, they become better observers of the stories of published works written by others. Language uses different disciplines such as science, social studies, writings, math and reading to tell stories about the diversity of many interests of the world around us. It helps my students develop their own stories and the tools to shape beautiful works for others to appreciate. I advocate turning perceived weaknesses to strengthens with better self assessments that are as simple for
children and adults to understand.
I've volunteered many hours with middle school youth to understand the language of algebra by reviewing and strengthening the building basics of mathematics.
We speak better than our writing abilities because we focus on the message being communicated. We have to get the messages to our readers clearly where they enjoy our journey into our personal relational stories and opinions.
I have four years experience teaching GED on a part-time bases at two Kansas City, Kansas program with 60 students working on their GED. I helped 47 student obtain their GED within two years. Two students were identified with Special Education needs and allowed more testing time to succeed.
Study skills build up more strategies to win whatever prize being pursued.
I have flexible hours to help you succeed and grow into self-sufficiency to more forward with those skills to training, college and vocations that shape our community. I love making learning success stem from my students interests. I teach reading through writing about students' hobbies and interest. I love fractions and whole numbers to come to life by communicating concrete and abstract objects. I help build bridges of confidence with simple skills that bring more understanding of algebra and other mathematics
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