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University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (Psychology)
High Point University (Master's)
I have a Masters from High Point University and a degree in Psychology from University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. I have a NC Educator's License, Standard Professional II for Middle Grades Math (6-9) and Learning Disabled (K-12). With a proven track record of improving student achievement scores, I am confident that I possess the qualifications to provide opportunities for high academic achievement and personal growth for students. I have taught the full spectrum of Language Arts and Math curriculum to a multicultural student body in the middle school setting for 15 years and worked to oversee curriculum and instructional interventions for struggling students in the high school setting for two years.
I have a North Carolina School Improvement Project's Math Foundations Level I Certification. I was nominated for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching for the school year 2012-2013, Teacher of the Year Nominee 2009-2010, and received training in The Hill Center's HillStrategies for Math. I have a Masters from High Point University and a degree in Psychology from University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. I have a NC Educator's License, Standard Professional II for Middle Grades Math (6-9) and Learning Disabled (K-12).
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