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Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi (English)
Houston Baptist University (Master's)
I have been teaching for 10 years now; I am certified to teach grades 8 - 12. I taught AP English 3 for four years, English 3 for five years, and English 4 for two years. I have been an Instructional Coach for both English Language Arts and Social Studies for the past 5 years at the middle school level, giving me much experience with grades 6 - 8. I love teaching students how to critically think and problem solve. I also enjoy helping teachers get the most out of their jobs every day building dynamic effective lessons for students.
I taught AP English 3 for 4 years with a successful rate at preparing students for college as well as the AP exam, English 3 and 4 over the course of five years. I have proofread many papers for friends, colleagues and students helping them to get published, get accepted to college or simply pass an assignment. I am now coaching middle school teachers on how to help their students critically think in their classrooms.
Helping others excel in education and careers is my passion. That is why I stay in education. I cannot wait for the opportunity to work one on one with students and parents who are motivated to excel in their education. I have been teaching for 10 years now; I am certified to teach grades 8 - 12. I taught AP English 3 for four years, English 3 for five years, and English 4 for two years. I have been an Instructional Coach for both English Language
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