Virginia Tech (History)
Mercer University (Master's)
My name is Amy. I am in my 18th year of teaching. I began my teaching career in 1998 in Atlanta, Georgia. I taught in Fulton County for 13 years. During this time I taught general education grades 3-5 and ESL grades k-5. I am certified grades k-6, English as a second language and I just completed my requirements to be an administrator.
Over the years I have enjoyed teaching in a variety of different environments with students coming from all walks of life. I enjoy doing hands in activities and lessons that make learning come to life. I have tutored privately and through county programs for many years. I look forward to meeting new students and sharing my love of learning!
I have taught grades 3-5 in the general education setting and have worked with various curriculum during my 18 years. I think my range of grades levels allows me the ability to remediate and enrich students in different grade levels.
The main qualification I have to provide solid instruction in grammar and reading is my English as a Second language training. I leaned how to teach children of all ages how to read when English was not their primary language.
I think my experience in different grade levels and areas allows me the ability to work with a variety of students. I have lots of ideas and a wealth of information and materials to share!
I look forward to working with new students and sharing my passion for learning. My name is Amy. I am in my 18th year of teaching. I began my teaching career in 1998 in Atlanta, Georgia. I taught in Fulton County for 13 years. During this time I taught general education grades 3-5 and ESL grades k-5. I am certified grades k-6, Read more
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