A Different Kind of Teacher

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I can relate.

It is not that often that I find someone or read an article about someone who has had similar experiences to my own. I taught high school math for 14 years and 8th grade math for one year, respectively. I have my Multiple Subject Teaching Credential with a supplemental authorization in mathematics, MSW, and PPSC in Child Welfare & Attendance, School Social Work, and School Counseling. I found myself talking to students about their concerns during math tutorial. I returned to college after asking the student about their needs. I wanted to be one of the positive role models they can trust and who would hold them accountable. Now, I am deciding whether I should pursue employment as a School Social Worker or return to college for my Education Specialist Credential in Mild/Moderate Special Education. I have had my teaching credential for 18 years now, and I believe it is time to learn about the latest technology. I am only one person, and I know I need to decide. I am curious to how you decided to move forward after earning your MSW.

Tiaya L. Mayberry more than 3 years ago

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