I am an alumni of the International University of the Caribbean and Bethlehem Moravian College where I had the honor of earning a Bachelor of Arts Degree in School Counseling and a Diploma in Elementary Education respectively. I have passionately and successfully worn the mantle of educator for the past fifteen (15) years. I have taught all core curricular subjects at the elementary and 6th grade levels. Over the years, I have had the privilege of teaching and positively impacting the lives of students in Jamaica and the United States. My favorite subjects to teach are Math and the different Reading skills as they tap into my strengths and really empower me to connect with my students. My passion for the teaching profession has been executed by putting the needs of my students at the forefront of my teaching methodologies.
Hence, my teaching style is eclectic and flexible as it incorporates best practices across the teaching profession in order to make learning a personalized experience for my students and tap into their distinct learning styles. In addition, I engage students through research-based and technology-driven strategies. I empower my students to embrace a "Can Do" attitude in all they do and celebrate their successes no matter how small. In my spare time I enjoy watching television, reading, getting together with friends, exercising and cooking.
Undergraduate Degree: Bethlehem Moravian College - Bachelor of Education, Elementary School Teaching
Graduate Degree: International University of the Caribbean - Non Degree Bachelors, Counselor Education
My hobbies are watching television, exercising, cooking, reading and sharing social interactions with friends.