Howdy! I’m from the great state of Texas, you know…the state where everything is bigger. This is true, believe it or not!
I got my undergraduate degree in Psychology from Texas A&M University. Gig ’em! I then got my Masters degree in Education from the University of Texas at Arlington.
I have 17 years experience in the classroom, with 16 years in Texas and 1 year in Korea. I taught English to visually impaired and blind children with disabilities. It was an absolutely amazing experience. I miss Korea every day.
For my years in Texas, I have taught 2nd through 6th grades. I love teaching, and I love the relationships formed with my students. I keep in contact with many of them, including students from my earliest years. They are now married with children. NOOO!
Thanks for visiting my blog and reading a little bit about me!
Love this! I know SO many of my students would have benefited from learning how to mediate and control themselves. Do you know students who would benefit from this type of program? ... See MoreSee Less
This elementary school replaced detention with meditation — and the results are astounding!
Learn more about this special school bit.ly/MeditationNOdetention
YES! Rescue dogs are the best! I remember in my second year of teaching my mom brought my 3-legged dog up to my classroom to meet my students, and they could not get enough of her. I can see this program doing amazing things for the students. ... See MoreSee Less
Rescue dogs are having a surprising impact on students.