Dallas Baptist University (Music Education)
New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (Master's)
Hi! My name is Janna. I studied music education for 4 years at DBU in Dallas Texas. I then taught K-5th grade for a year before resigning in order to begin my master's degree in counseling at New Orleans Baptist Seminary. I love students and I am excited about getting to help you understand challenging concepts by teaching you in new ways that you'll more easily comprehend. I look forward to being your coach and your cheerleader as you grow in knowledge and comprehension!
I have always been good at math. I won math awards all throughout my grade school years, I was on the Mathletes team, my dad is an accountant- so I got it from him. Although I have my teaching degree in Music, Math would have been my second choice for a concentration!
Hi! My name is Janna. I studied music education for 4 years at DBU in Dallas Texas. I then taught K-5th grade for a year before resigning in order to begin my master's degree in counseling at New Orleans Baptist Seminary. I love students and I am excited about getting to help you understand challenging concepts by teaching you in new ways that
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Of all the areas of math, algebra 1 is my favorite. I was in honors math all throughout high school and in college during my degree in education. I am very strong in algebra 1.
I have been in a Christian school since I was in 4th grade: from grade school through undergraduate degree and now into my Masters. I have done numerous Bible studies as a leader and as a student. I know the Bible very well.
I graduated with my bachelor's degree in K-12 Music Education, but a big part of that degree included general education for the core subjects. I taught in an elementary school and after school I was a tutor for students of all levels K-5 in math, English, science, reading, and social studies.
I graduated from college in education and was in hints English all through high school and college. Also, my grandmother was a High School English teacher for 25 years and she taught me everything she knew.
I graduated with my Bachelor's in Music and a vast majority of my degree was learning how to teach general music. I was a K-5th grade general music teacher for a year before moving to begin my Master's degree.
I graduated with my bachelors degree in music education, but part of my studies included general education, which involved some time in geometry! Also, I was in Honors Geometry- well, all Honors math classes- when I was in High School. I have tutored students in various subjects before and I spent a year teaching before beginning my masters degree.
I graduated with my degree in Music and part of that was 4 semesters of Music history ranging from Medieval Times-the 21st Century.
I graduated college with my bachelors in education and I am very good at math in particular. I was in all honors maths throughout high school and college.
I graduated with my degree in Music and part of that degree was 4 rigorous semesters of sight singing> I was also involved in two choirs-one more academically challenging- in which accurate sight singing was crucial to the success of the group. I can pick up a piece of music and basically hear it in my head without a piano.
I graduated with my degree in EC-12 Music Education. That degree required a very organized method of study skills and time management skills due to the massive amount of hours I was taking each semester. I took many classes within my education degree that taught various techniques on how to teach students to develope strong study habits. Part of these techniques involve learning whether a student is an auditory, visual, or tactile-kinesthetic learner and then developing the appropriate study skills from there.
I was a voice concentration major during my studies as a Music Education major. I took voice lessons an hour every week for all four years of college and then had to preform my senior voice recital where I sang 13 different songs in 5 languages. I have also have vocal pedagogy classes and numerous vocal mentors.
I graduated with my bachelor's degree in education and I've always been very good at writing. I was in honors English all throughout high school and college and I made a 4 on my AP English Exam. My grandmother was a high school English and writing teacher for 25 years and taught me everything she knew!