I knew I wanted to be a teacher when I was in the third grade. What I have learned, since that time, is that ‘teaching’ can take on new forms as circumstances change. When I started teaching I typed student handouts on a ditto and cranked the copies out by hand. I thought I was cool because my typewriter had self-correcting tape but one mistake on that ditto, and the master was toast!
After I got my Master’s degree I started adjunct teaching in higher education. I found academia to be mentally stimulating and provided opportunities for me to experiment with bringing creative ways of learning to college students.
School administration took me off the path of becoming a FT college professor while I was serving on a school board. I was asked to become the high school's principal. I suddenly felt at home in my own skin! I was a natural!
Teaching looks different for me these days. Challenging organizations/individuals to consider new possibilities, conducting online instruction, mentoring, K-12 substitute teaching, supervising pre-service teachers, writing curriculum and designing subject specific webinars/workshops for K-12 teachers and administrators.
Let’s explore how I can help you!!!!!
“Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new.” 2 Cor. 5:17