I have my Masters of Arts in Teaching Elementary Education along with my Teaching License and a TEFOL Certificate and will be entering my 6th year in the field of education this Fall of 2021. I taught 1 year part-time Spanish to middle school students and 1 year full-time as a Spanish and Middle School English teacher. I also have 1 year experience being a Spanish immersion teacher for Kindergarten students. I also taught all subjects in a general education classroom for third and first graders. Prior to teaching, I was a Co-Director of an after-school program that served urban communities.
I will specifically be offering Spanish and Elementary subjects classes. I believe your child will better develop and enhance their Spanish abilities when they learn from a native-speaker. My philosophy of teaching is to include the child in the learning process to make it an active learning environment. I accomplish this with role-play, skits, songs, music, and movement. From other parents, I have been told that as an educator I am patient, caring, and able to meet the needs of the learner where they are at.
Something fun that I enjoy doing daily is spinning classes on my indoor cycle. I believe it is important to stay healthy so that I can provide the best attitude and teaching ability to my students because they deserve the best from me. I hope you can join me in one of my lessons! See you in my classroom.
Undergraduate Degree: Azusa Pacific University - Bachelor of Science, Business Administration and Management
Graduate Degree: Liberty University - Master of Arts, Elementary School Teaching
Indoor spin classes, reading, baking, and going on nature walks