MS Physical Education, Technology, and Social Studies
B.A. in Communications/Journalism — University of Tennessee
K-8 Education — Western Governors University
M.A. Teaching K-8 — Western Governors University
Technology in the classroom is not only necessary to engage students, but it is an essential tool for the future. Every day our lives become more deeply ingrained in technology. I believe it is my job to build the solid foundation for the students to build upon. Students need to have the skills and confidence to handle anything that they might be faced with in the future.
- (865) 777-9032 ext. 309
B.S. Middle School Education – Mercer University
M.E. Middle School Science – GA College and State University
Science is best learned by doing. Students should be getting dirty and going outdoors to practice science. Science is all around us and children have a natural wonder for science but somewhere along the way, we made science boring. Science class should be the one class students love going to because of all we can do.
- (865) 218-4477
B.A. Child Development–Maryville College
I believe that as a teacher it is my job to guide children to be inspired, self-motivated learners who are working to their full potential. I believe that learning through using hands-on manipulatives, technology and engaging in problem solving activities leads to more excited, enriched, engaged and life long learners in the classroom.
- (865) 218-4473
Third Grade Assistant
Liberal Arts – College de Maisonneauue
B.S. Psychology — Wofford College
Junior Kindergarten 3 Assistant
B.A. Communication and Environmental Studies–Eckerd College
Fourth Grade Assistant
B.S. Mechanical Engineering – University of Illinois-Urbana/Champaign