Incorporating a wide range of skills and techniques for the education of secondary students in English, Speech Communications, Journalism, Language Arts, and Theatre/Drama. Specifically, engaging student minds using constructivist-teaching strategies as a means to construct a student-centered framework for knowledge, connect the content to students’ lives and experiences, and offer students the opportunity to reflect upon their growth as a reader, writer, dramatist, explorer, historian, critic, and thinker among cross-curricular content areas.
Enthusiastic and dynamic emphasizing cooperative learning, student interaction, and active student assessment
Inclusion-centered instructor emphasizing the optimal learning capacity and possibility coming from students with disabilities and various learning preferences
Technology-rich classroom and extracurricular involvement to better serve and connect students in a globally focused community