A little about Me and my teaching background
I have been teaching for 21 wonderful years.
I graduated with a B.A. in Secondary English Education from Interamerican University in Puerto Rico.
I have completed a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction in English as a Second Language.
Taught for the Western Adventist Conference in Puerto Rico for 14 ½ years in the elementary and secondary level (Grades 4 – 12).
Have taught for the Florida Conference for 6 ½ years (Greater Miami Adventist Academy and Forest City Adventist School, now Osceola Adventist Christian School).
Worked as the English Specialist for the government-funded tutoring program TRIO Success Student Support Services at the college level at Antillean Adventist University in Puerto Rico.
My personal goals are to pursue a second Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology, but most importantly, to be an instrument in the lives of my students so that they may know Christ.
My goals for my students are to help them to become critical thinkers, to get them to enjoy the learning process, to give them experiences that will last them a lifetime, to help them become men & women of good, and, above all things, that they may know and love Jesus Christ.
Singing and watching TV(Hallmark)