Being a reading specialist utilizes the knowledge gained from my MEd, being a mother of a child with autism and ID, employs my patience and passion gained from the life with a child who has a compromised learning. When you mix the two together, you get an unbelievable teacher who brings an incredible way of teaching children to read. I currently am working with ESL children, and homeschool autistic children. My day begins at 4;30 a.m. and does not end until 10;00 p.m. Besides my teaching, I am also an educational writer. I have published a book which details a unique way I discovered in teaching compromised learners, and I also write for educational magazines with over a dozen articles published. I offer proof not promises, in teaching children in all types of learning.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Grand Canyon University - Bachelor of Science, Education
Graduate Degree: Franciscan University of Steubenville - Master of Arts, Education
My hobbies and interests are writing and research. I have a profound interest in how the brain takes in stimuli and transfers the information to memory. I especially find this interest in regards to children with compromised learning. My hobby is writing, which is what I do in my free time. I do a lot of educational writing, along with family topics. I have published a book in regards to autism, and over a dozen articles published on education. I am currently preparing my thesis for my doctrine which will be on the way in which a compromised brain takes in stimuli.