I am a graduate of Hobart and William Smith Colleges. I received my Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy with a focus in Health Care. My minors were Education and Child Advocacy. On the side of my regular college credits I took extra classes and spent 40 hours per semester in different classrooms in the area. My last college semester I spent seven weeks full time in a third grade classroom teaching and my final seven weeks in a special education classroom in order to receive my certifications. I am now certified to teach Elementary Grades K-6 as well as Special Education Grades K-6. Along with teaching in New York State, I spent four months in Aix-En-Provence, France and worked with children. I have worked with all ages, all types of students with learning disabilities, and all types of energy levels in the classroom. I have a sincere passion for teaching and have realized that many children fall behind and need that individualized attention in order to succeed. I went through tutors when I was in elementary school and it helped amazingly. I hope to do the same for more children out there. In my spare time I exercise and spend time with my family.
Undergraduate Degree: Hobart and William Smith Colleges - Bachelor in Arts, Public Policy Health Care
State Certified Teacher
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