I received my BA in English, secondary education from Colorado State University. After substitute teaching, I decided to work at a theatre company in Cleveland to expand my writing skills. Among many other things, I wrote and edited curriculum for students grades 2 through 12 to align with our productions. I love thinking of creative, real-world applicable lessons no matter what the topic. Before starting graduate school at Georgetown, I worked as an assistant at a school for students with learning differences. Differentiation to help students where they are and get them to the next level is a foundational practice for me; I use some practices that have personally helped me as someone with dyslexia. I love random history (the history of salt, the reason we say the word OK, and everything in between) , true crime, everything British, and film/theatre. Most of all, I love to teach. I tutor reading, writing, history, geography, and ACT test prep.
Undergraduate Degree: Colorado State University-System Office - Bachelor in Arts, English
Graduate Degree: Georgetown University - Master of Fine Arts, Journalism
Listening to podcasts on true crime and history, learning about mythology, watching movies, traveling, and taking care of my two very dramatic and spoiled cats.
High School English
High School Level American History
High School Level American Literature
High School Writing
Middle School English
Middle School Reading
Middle School Reading Comprehension
Middle School Social Studies
Middle School Writing
Technology and Coding