Good teachers recognize this and learn to creatively teach to each student’s preferred mode of learning. Learning must be interesting and enjoyable for students to have a desire to learn. I, also, believe that by providing and teaching critical thinking skills, it ultimately creates independent, life-long lovers of learning.
After Hurricane Katrina, I moved to Alabama, and I began teaching private Piano, as an Adjunct, at the Alabama School for Math and Science. I, then, began teaching in the College of Education (Classroom Management, Children’s Literature, Early Childhood Education, Supervising Student Teachers in their Fieldwork) at the University of South Alabama. Soon after, I began teaching as a full-time Faculty Reading and Study Skills Instructor at the University of South Alabama. After leaving the University of South Alabama in December of 2010, I returned to teaching Reading (online) and Study Skills (traditional and online), as an Adjunct, at the Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, which I continue to teach today.