I graduated from the University of North Texas at Dallas with a Bachelor of Science with a focus on Interdisciplinary Studies in 2015. Upon graduation I traveled to Spain where I taught English to elementary students in grades 3-6 as well as adults in Soria, Spain. When I returned to Texas I began my teaching career in a 5th grade math and science dual language classroom. I've also taught 4th grade math, and all subjects in 2nd and 3rd grade. I am passionate about instilling a love of learning and helping students along the learning process. I believe that all students have strengths and it is my job as an educator to identify them and provide students the proper tools to unleash their potentials. The learning process can be challenging, but I believe that learning should be fun to give students the confidence they need to face and tackle those challenges.
Undergraduate Degree: University of North Texas - Bachelor of Science, Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, General
My interests include science and technology. In science, I am particularly interested in Environmental Science. I love nature and I believe it is important to be aware of our limitations as well as actions we can take to conserve our resources to keep our environment in a healthy state. I believe that technology is an important tool we can use to solve environmental problems around the world. Some of my hobbies include dance, yoga, and making crafts.
Beginner Spanish for Adults
Elementary Reading and Phonics Class
Elementary School Math
Elementary School Reading
Elementary School Science
Elementary School Writing
Intermediate Spanish for Adults
Introduction to Spanish for Adults
Pre-Reading Super Skills Class
Reading Fundamentals: Phonics and Decoding