Children are individuals and should be treated as such. Each child learns differently. As educators, it is important that we teach children to become successful learners. It is my belief that in order for children to become successful learners, educators must teach them according to the students learning style and ability.
I received my Associates in General Studies from Georgia Military College and then went on to teach in the early childhood education field for 19 years.
In 2011, I received my B.S. in Psychology from Columbia Southern University and just recently received my M.A. in Education – Specialization in Early Childhood Education from Ashford University.
I began teaching as an instructional assistant within the public school system and later moved to child development centers both for civilian and military. I have been teaching for a total of over 20 years.
Some of my extracurricular activities that I absolutely enjoy are traveling both domestically and internationally. I love spending time with my husband and two children, as well as my extended family and friends. I am a huge fan of yoga, Pilates, running, and walking. In my spare time, I enjoy writing poetry.