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Lamar Univeristy (Earth Science)
Kaplan University (Master's)
I have 27 years' teaching experience and have multiple certifications including Secondary Earth Science Grades 8-12, Generic Special Education Grades K12, Comprehensive Elementary Grades 1-8, and Gifted and Talented K12. I also secured a Master's in Science in 2010 with a focus on leadership and administration.
My favorite subjects to teach are math and science because I love the problem solving aspect of it. I've enjoyed sponsoring Robotics camps and clubs as well as STEM Science Clubs. I never shy away from a challenge and I believe that all students can learn and build confidence in themselves by conquering the subject that gives them the most challenge or can delve deeper into content that they already love and show them the possible careers that can be obtained through their love of that subject
I believe all kids can learn and I help students see their strengths, so the weaknesses aren't so scary.
I have 120 hours of dyslexic reading training, and both my sons are dyslexic.
I am a great problem solver and I love hands-on learning.
Let me help you and your child exceed and be confident in learning. I have 27 years' teaching experience and have multiple certifications including Secondary Earth Science Grades 8-12, Generic Special Education Grades K12, Comprehensive Elementary Grades 1-8, and Gifted and Talented K12. I also secured a Master's in Science in 2010 with a focus on
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