WHY AM I HERE?
Teaching Special Education is the most humbling and rewarding of callings. It is my hope to expand my impact on the field by educating future special educators. It is my goal to train compassionate and reflexive special educators.
By focusing on autoethnographical research practices, I will be able to reflect on my own teaching practices efficiently and effectively. This is the foundation of my teaching philosophy, as my field focuses on content and human interaction.
A special thanks to my chair, Dr. Elizabeth Campbell, and my committee for their support throughout my time at Marshall. Without you none of this would be possible.