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Western Kentucky University (Broadcasting)
I love Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. I have taught ages 3 to 17 while working for Warren County Public Library. I was the first Digital Services person at WCPL and created the program from scratch.
During the summer of 2015 I was lucky enough to teach nearly 350 children at 8 different S.T.E.M. camps at the library. I am known for my patience and excitement about teaching S.T.E.M. and other subjects.
I have two kids of my own. I have worked with them and hundreds of other children with many subjects. While I love S.T.E.M., reading is a vital part of any of the 4 disciplines. I am patient and enjoy figuring out how each child learns (each learns in a unique way).
I have worked with hundreds of kids through my S.T.E.M. programs and enjoy helping children of all ages to understand various subjects.
Teaching software, video game programming and other types of computer languages are a passion of mine. I love building and programming robots!
I worked in television broadcasting for 17 years and was lucky enough to work at almost every position in the production process. From camera operation, to video editing I have done many projects and taught many people along the way. I also have a degree in Broadcasting from Western Kentucky University.
I am a good listener and am the type of teacher that will come in and teach based on how you learn best. I won't give up until you understand what you need/want to know. I love Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. I have taught ages 3 to 17 while working for Warren County Public Library. I was the first Digital Services person at WCPL and created the program from scratch.
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I worked for 17 years in the television broadcasting industry. I have worked in video production for each of those years in jobs from camera work, video editing, script writing to directing talent. I worked in management of other employees and training those employees in all areas of video production for over 15 of these 17 years. I have taught classes at Warren County Public Library in filmmaking and video production.