Your average special education teacher, looking to share what she has learned and continues to learn throughout her professional practice. Hoping to inspire and collaborate with other educators to best support as many students and classrooms as possible.
How We Got Here
Back in 2015, I graduated from Loyola University of Chicago with a degree in Special Education (Learning & Behavior Specialist 1). I dove into the classroom and quickly realized that, even with my diverse & extensive classroom experience during formal placements in college, I was way in over my head. Since then, I have learned, grown, and also completed my master's degree in Special Education Leadership. I have experience teaching in a range of classrooms, anywhere between kindergarten and high school. I currently am the classroom teacher and case manager at an elementary district in the Chicagoland suburbs. I am specifically passionate about social-emotional learning, life skills, and ultimately preparing my students to be as successful as possible when they graduate.