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Subjects Taught
Spanish

Education

I graduated from the University of Southern Indiana with degrees in Spanish and Journalism. I minored in Psychology. I completed the summer study abroad program at the Tec de Monterrey in Querétaro, Mexico and the semester program at the Universidad de Vigo in Spain. I obtained my education license through the transition-to-teaching program at Calumet College of St. Joseph. 



Experience

I have been teaching at Union Township School Corporation since 2007. I participate in after school activities and coach sports, either officially or unofficially, as often as my schedule allows. I travel abroad as frequently as I can. During the summer of 2014, I spent 3 weeks walking a portion of the Camino de Santiago in Spain with Mrs. Ault, the French and German teacher, her family, and student Karlee Guerrero. I am currently saving for and planning a trip to stay and study in Costa Rica for 4 weeks during the summer of 2015. I can’t wait to learn more about the regional dialect, the people (affectionately called Ticos), and the culture in order to bring back the information and share it with my students!



Bio

¡Bienvenidos! Welcome to Profe’s school web page. I am glad you made it and hope that you will find the resources available on my page helpful. I am a guide to the Spanish-speaking world, helping students navigate the language, encouraging them to explore different cultures and countries, and placing tools for lifetime success at their fingertips. I teach Spanish levels 2-5 at Wheeler High School in the Union Township School Corporation. My instruction prepares students to succeed in college and my classroom expectations prepare them to excel in any professional environment. With these skills put together and with the collaboration of the administration and the parents/guardians, every student has the opportunity to reach his or her fullest potential as long as each is willing to put forth an honest effort. Our energy and focus at UTSC is “Every student every day.”

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