B.A. International Studies, The Ohio State University
K-8 Teaching Credential with endorsements in Learning Disabilities and Broadfield Social Studies Instruction, Silver Lake College
I have taught in a variety of traditional and nontraditional classrooms for the past 8 years ranging from grades 3-8. My passions lie in science and writing instruction. Outside the classroom, I am a free-lance writer and traveler who loves to share those experiences with my students.
Standing Up to Injustice
To help students move beyond the role of bystander, give them real-world examples of young people who fought injustice.
Places Where Women Made History
Using places can help students identify with the history-making women associated with them.
Putting a Face on History with Photographs
Use the Library of Congress to draw your students into history through photographs.
More Reasons to Love Valentine's Day
Heart-themed curriculum connections that your class will fall in love with.
New Picture Books to Complement Your Curriculum
These picture books are for primary learners and older students alike.