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cedar crest college for women (EnglishTheatreseced)
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I am a certified teacher who taught English, Theatre, Special Ed for 23 years. I then moved on to providing mental health services to children, teens, and adults in both inpatient and outpatient settings. I bring a wealth of experience and possess a variety of teaching strategies. In addition I know how to teach to differing modalities as well as being familiar with Gardner's work surrounding multiple intelligences. I believe all children can learn - not all in the same way and not all on the same day.
I have served on Middle States evaluation committees, the programs I developed as an Instructional Support consultant for staff in the PA public schools rendered a "model" rating from the PA Department of Education. I bring creativity, a love of learning, and enthusiasm to my work with students.
I am a published writer. I have performed in multiple plays as well as directed many theatrical productions in the schools and in the community. I have studied with directors from Arena Stage, the Osolo State Theatre, Lincoln Center. I was feature editor of our newspaper and yearbook which were both Columbia scholastic press merit winners for many years.
I am a seasoned professional with much to offer. I am a certified teacher who taught English, Theatre, Special Ed for 23 years. I then moved on to providing mental health services to children, teens, and adults in both inpatient and outpatient settings. I bring a wealth of
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