I believe that all students are entitled to learning a wholesome education regardless of any hindrances such as a disability. Those called to educate must have the knowledge, patience, and understanding needed to know what it takes to meet the needs all of learners regardless of their differences. Being able to provide differential instruction is the most beneficial way to reach every learner and tap into a level of knowledge they did not know existed.
I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from Virginia Union University and a M.Ed in Curriculum and Instruction from Averett University. I am currently in the final stages of achieving my PhD in Educational Leadership and Administration.
I have taught in the Public School System for 8 years. I have worked with grade levels K-8 and I am certified to work as an Administrator from K-12.
I am a Math Program Coordinator for a Title 1 school, I am the Lead Reading teacher, and Cheerleading Coach. I have been recruited as a Consultant for a Curriculum Foundation to provide training to educators on effective Curriculum. Implementation