I belive that all students can learn; however some students learn differently. This has become evident through many years of teaching students in reading and mathematics. Students learn in various educational formats, such as auditory, visual, and kinesthetic techniques. While some students learn by listening to the instructor, others may perceive instruction best through visual aids such as textbooks or notes. I have found that the majority of students that are taught excel kinesthetically or through the use of technology.
I received my educational training from Albany State University (B.S. in early childhood) Later, I went on to receive my masters of education (Early childhood K-5) from Central Michigan University. In 2012, I received my ED.S. in instructional leadership from Argosy University Atlanta.
I have been teaching in the classroom for 16 years. I have taught fourth grade gifted, third and fifth grade remediation, second grade, first grade, and kindergarten. Also, I have served as an early intervention teacher for grades K-5. Additionally, I have experience tutoring online and face to face.
In my spare time, I enjoy reading nonfiction and fiction books with my children at home. I also engage in writing poetry when time permits. My love of reading and writing also extends to my classroom instruction.