I value the endless impact that educators make on the lives of individuals. Therefore, as an educator I hope to be a role model that opens the mind of individuals to look outside the box and make positive contributions to society. With this goal in mind, I am looking forward to assisting individuals with the same goal.
I am a teacher in Memphis, TN and I teach a variety of subjects. However, I mainly focus on Math and Science. I graduated from the University of Memphis with a B.B.A in Management Information Systems. I went back to school to receive my certification in Teaching and I have been teaching since 2007.
My experience working in various environments has prepared me by helping develop a range of useful skills. I am able to support effectively and communicate with individuals from diverse backgrounds. I am very creative and enjoy making learning interesting. Most importantly, my ability to work well with others, motivate, and inspire is a very significant contribution that I am confident I will bring to any learning environment.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: University of Memphis - Bachelors, Management Information Systems
enjoys meeting people, being a mother, finding coupons, and anything math related, walking, DIY
What is your teaching philosophy?
A teacher should be conscious of their students' emotional, social, psychological, and physical development as well as their cognitive growth. A teacher should view parents and community members as true partners in the educational process. Personalized instruction is an essential strategy to aid children with different learning preferences. In order to meet individual challenges, lessons must be coordinated into learning modalities by integrating auditory, kinesthetic, and visual techniques. It is so important to apply a variety of techniques to the learning process. Utilizing cooperative learning strategies, integration of technology into the classroom, as well as guided individual instruction are all necessary to provide an environment where individuals will use self-discovery and a hands-on approach to learning. In conclusion, I hold true that every individual is capable of learning. Failure should never be an open-door policy.