|Subject / Grade||AP World History, AP Psychology, and Introduction to Psychology|
|"To live is to be marked. To live is to change, to acquire the words of a story, and that is the only celebration we mortals really know. In perfect stillness, frankly, I've only found sorrow."|
|-- Barbara Kingsolver|
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Welcome to my website! You should be able to find what you need by exploring the various pages. AP World History, AP Psychology, Introduction to Psychology are all on separate pages. To find what you missed while you were absent, go to the Lesson Plan page to find the link to Planbook.com where you will find all lessons from this year. If you still have a question, comment, or concern, feel free to e-mail me. I'm ecstatic for this year and seeing all students succeed!
My Education and Professional Background
BAE in Secondary Education (History) from Arizona State University, BS in Psychology from Arizona State University, Honors Certificate from Barrett, the Honors College at Arizona State University. I am in my 4th year of teaching.
My Educational Philosophy
Despite our age, background, or any other identity markers, learning is a lifelong process. We are teachers and students from the beginning to the end as we offer others our knowledge and in return accept what others have to teach us. My teaching philosophy also includes my advocating for all students to have an equal opportunity to succeed. The classroom is not only for gaining content knowledge but also to build a community where students feel comfortable.
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