In the past 5 years I have worked with students from grades 2nd through 8th in math, reading and writing. I graduated from UC Santa Barbara in 2011, where I majored in Sociology and minored in Education and History. I was able to observe elementary and high school leveled classrooms and begin learning effective strategies to become a teacher. Afterwards, I returned to the Bay Area, in California, and began working for an Americorps program as a classroom support and after school class teacher. I worked with students in English and History classes and provided homework help for 30 minutes everyday after school. It was this opportunity that made me realize how much I enjoyed working with students and how necessary it is to ensure every student has access to quality education. I decided to join a teaching preparation program in Baltimore, where I earned a Masters in Education for both Elementary Education grades 1-6th and Special Education grades K-8th.
I love helping students because nothing is more rewarding than when the light bulb in their head finally turns on because you gave them to tools they needed to understand a new concept or skill. I am someone who is engaging, creative and organized who will motivate and guide students. I genuinely enjoy getting to know every student of all abilities so that I’m able to meet their needs and showcase their strengths.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: University of California-Santa Barbara - Bachelor in Arts, Sociology
Graduate Degree: Lesley University - Masters in Education, Elementary School Teaching
arts and crafts, cooking, watching movies, going outside to the beach or park