UW-Whitewater (BS Education)
Cardinal Stritch University Milwaukee, WI (Other)
I have taught public school for 30+ years and have retired from full time teaching in 2013. I love helping students of all ages master new skills. I am a certified K-12 Library Media Specialist in the state of Wisconsin. I have a B.S. teaching degree in life sciences (Biology, Botany, and Zoology) and a M.S. degree in Information Literacy. I am a certified WI state teacher mentor and HIE for PDP reviewer for teachers.
I love nature and visiting all of the parks and natural areas of our scenic state. I am an avid computer coach for local organizations and family. I love reading and the challenge to learning new things.
I have many years of attending and leading Bible studies. I have rewritten and published several guides for computer programs and beginning reading courses for students throughout my teaching career. Writing is an integral way to share what you know and how you feel. I believe it is a critical life skill.
I appreciate when my students say learning is hard, because sometimes it is. However, that doesn't mean learning can't be done. Working strategically, everyone can master new skills. Each learner has to be willing to keep trying and each teacher needs to adapt lessons so that they can be mastered. My goals are to help the student master the subject they are to learn.
I love teaching and coaching others to aspire to their full abilities. I understand that sometimes learning seems difficult, but I also believe that it is just a challenge which can be overcome with a proper educational coaching. I have taught public school for 30+ years and have retired from full time teaching in 2013. I love helping students of all ages master new skills. I am a certified K-12 Library Media Specialist in the state of Wisconsin. I have a B.S. teaching degree in life sciences (Biology, Botany, and Zoology) and a M.S. degree in Information Literacy. I am a
My son and I are very pleased with Susan. She helped him pick out great books yesterday. He came home excited to read. It made my heart smile. Thank you Susan!
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I completed a BS in Ed with almost a full minor (18 credits) in Botany. I recently completed a 30 hour (3 credit?) UW Extension course in Horticulture called Master Gardening.
I taught grades PreK - 5th grades for 20+ years and taught grade 5-8 in enrichment programs during summer months for two years.
As a LMS, I have coached students in reading as well as many subjects over the 35+ years I taught public school in WI. I have worked extensively within my school to develop strong reading lessons and programs for all children. I am convinced that anyone can learn to enjoy reading with the proper coaching.
I managed the media center within a school library for over 30 years and my primary focus was on developing independent learners and through the process taught study skills to thousands of K-5 children.