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Providence College (Liberal Arts)
Western Governor's University (Master's)
I have been teaching at in Pasco County for 8 years, and only began my teaching career 10 years ago. Prior to beginning to teach, I was a Martial Arts Instructor for 14 years, worked in municipal government for 5 years, and was a U.S. Naval Reservist for 10 years. I changed careers and began teaching in Florida in 2007. I graduated from Providence College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Arts and will attained my Master of Arts degree in Mathematical Education (Grades 5 to 9) from Western Governor’s University in March 2013.
I have taught 6th grade Math, 7th grade Math, and 6th grade Reading, Intensive Math, Algebra I, 6th grade Science, 6th grade Geography, 8th grade U.S. History, and self-contained Language Arts. Currently, I teach 8th grade Pre-Algebra. My areas of certification are Middle Grades Mathematics (Grades 5 to 9), Middle Grades Integrated Curriculum (Grades 5 to 9), Reading Endorsement, and Exceptional Student Education (Grades K – 12). I hold a membership in the Pasco County Teachers of Mathematics and have been nominated for Teacher of the Year at Chasco Middle School twice.
I have taught all levels of middle school math (6th, 7th, 8th, and Algebra I).
Contact me to discuss your needs and what I can do to help you become successful in math. I have been teaching at in Pasco County for 8 years, and only began my teaching career 10 years ago. Prior to beginning to teach, I was a Martial Arts Instructor for 14 years, worked in municipal government for 5 years, and was a U.S. Naval Reservist for 10 years. I changed
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