Campbellsville University (IECE)
University of the Cumberlands (Master's)
Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY (Other)
My name is Misty and I am currently the Employment Training Specialist at a high school in London, Kentucky. I have been married to my husband Eric for 20 years and together we have three children. My youngest child has been diagnosed with ADHD and ODD and I specialize in working with children with different types of learning disabilities as well. I have worked with children ranging in age from birth to age 19 for the past 14 years of my life, in both a child care and school setting. I am a very patient person, who is kind to her students as well as their parents, but I do utilize a structured routine to help students learn through the utilization of different types of learning techniques.
I currently hold my Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education Certification and have a Master's Degree in P-5 Elementary Education as well from the University of the Cumberlands. I specialize in Reading, Language, Writing, Math, Social Studies and Science as well as working with students with Special Needs. I am also currently working on an additional certification through Eastern Kentucky University for Moderate to Severe Disabilities.
I look forward to working with you and your child in the future.
My name is Misty and I am currently the Employment Training Specialist at a high school in London, Kentucky. I have been married to my husband Eric for 20 years and together we have three children. My youngest child has been diagnosed with ADHD and ODD and I specialize in working with children with different types of learning disabilities as well.
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I am qualified to teach students with ADHD/ADD because my youngest child has this condition. I have worked with students who have this condition in the Laurel County Public School System for the past two years as well as in child care for over twelve years.
I worked as a long term substitute in a Kindergarten classroom in the Laurel County School District for four months, teaching a Kindergarten classroom based upon the Common Core Standards for Kentucky. I also hold my Master's Degree in Teaching P-5 elementary education and have been a substitute in the Laurel County School system during the 2013-2014 school year.