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Ohio University (Education)
Hello, my name is Sean and I have been a teacher for eight years and this is my first year at Licking Heights High School. I have taught social studies for three years, mostly in North Carolina and some at Mentor High School. I have been a special education teacher for the past 5 years. I graduated from Ohio University for my undergraduate work and I have graduated from Notre Dame College for my other licenses. Overall, I have the following licenses: Special Education K-12, AYA Social Studies 7-12, Reading Endorsement K-12, and 3 Year Pupil Activities Permit. I am also highly qualified in all common core content areas. In addition to teaching, I am a coach of our quiz bowl team. I am also attending Capital Law School starting in August for my Juris Doctor in Educational Law with an emphasis on Special Education Law. I love teaching students of all ages and will enjoy teaching your child as well.
I currently teach inclusion and resource Geometry and Algebra at Licking Heights High School. i have previously taught Algebra 2 as well. I am Highly Qualified in Mathematics and have my license in Special Education through the Ohio Department of Education. I have also taught junior high mathematics in an inclusion and resource setting as well.
Previous to teaching special education, I was a full time teacher for Social Studies. My specialties are economics and civics. I have also taught Government, United States History, and World History at the student teaching level. I have held my social studies license since 2008 and received a perfect score on the geography portion of the Praxis II.
I am a special education teacher who has had as many as 21 students on my Individualized Education Plan caseload. A vast majority of my students have had a specific learning disability, mainly in ADD or ADHD. I have written over 45 IEP's for students with either ADD or ADHD.
I am free most nights and weekends. I have a very open schedule, especially on weekends.
I also coach the quiz bowl team at my high school. I stay very involved with current events and enjoy good discussion with students. Hello, my name is Sean and I have been a teacher for eight years and this is my first year at Licking Heights High School. I have taught social studies for three years, mostly in North Carolina and some at Mentor High School. I have been a special education teacher for the
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I have been a special education teacher for five years in Garfield Heights City Schools, North Fork Local Schools, and Licking Heights Local Schools. I have had IEP caseloads as large as 20. I have taught in the resource classroom and the inclusion environment.
I am a head coach at a High School. I specialize in sprinting and field events. I fundraise $17,000 a year for the program to stay afloat.