Having worked as a teacher, instructional coach, curriculum writer, and faculty member at a graduate school of education, I know that education changes lives when teachers build and leverage relationships that open doors to unimaginable success. When I taught public school, the underlying goal of my instruction was to develop students into creative problem solvers and respectful global citizens. As a graduate school faculty member, I work to develop both current and future teachers into responsive diagnosticians who successfully meet the needs of ever diversifying classrooms and help students develop 21st Century skills. I have developed an instructional style that leverages my skills and education in pedagogy, music, and diplomacy. Through dynamic and fast-paced teaching, I push students of all ages to think critically, collaborate openly, and problem solve calmly.
The sum of the hard work and dedication I have committed to high-quality and inclusive education, student achievement, and personal excellence is my current role as the Professional Development Officer of Moreland University. To see samples of my teaching and learn about my research and practice, please click the links below or visit my blog.