Stephanie specializes is ghost writing and blog posts. She has much experience in the education department, and spent most of her college career working in elementary-aged classrooms. Her experience as an army wife has also given her insight into traveling, ways of living in different areas of the country, and the struggle of deployments. She is well acquainted with child development and information on parenting. Stephanie also has a passion for cooking, and she regularly creates her own recipes. Furthermore, school has made her well-versed in all kinds of research, so no topic is out of her reach.
Stephanie is particularly interested in topics centering around education, parenting, child development, cooking, baking, and travel.
During her time in college, Stephanie was invited to join the honor society, Kappa Delta Pi. She also made the Dean's List every semester of her college career.
Stephanie has over 8 years of experience volunteering and working as a professional in the classroom. She has worked with students of all ages, from six weeks old to college students.Additionally, she has written numerous articles on educational subjects, including bullying, NCLB, RTTT, innovation in the classroom, state standardized testing, teaching methods, and personal accounts of classroom experience.
Being an education major means taking many different course on child development. In those classes, not only is it important to look at the world through a child's eyes, but it is also important to learn how a child's environment affects his or her development. This means that familial relationships and interactions are studied. From an academic perspective, Stephanie is well-versed in many topics surrounding children and family.
From an experience-based perspective, Stephanie is well qualified to discuss topics involving childcare. She spent over a year working at a daycare, where she worked with children ages 6 weeks to 8 years old. Additionally she has a combined total of 8 years working in the classroom working in the following ages: kindergarten, third grade, seventh grade, eight grade, high school sophomore, and college freshman.
Furthermore, Stephanie is a stay-at-home mother, and she understands the stress and struggles that come along with child-rearing. She has experience parenting with a partner as well as being a single parent. Her husband is active duty army, and his deployments essentially leave her without a co-parent.
As a homemaker, food is a part of Stephanie's everyday life. She takes pleasure in finding, testing, and creating new recipes. Not only does she provide meals for her family on a daily basis, but she is also recruited to help cater bake sales and parties. She is unafraid of trying new things, and her skills have grown along with her experience. In addition to providing recipes that are great, Stephanie also believes that discussing failures in the kitchen is an integral part of the learning process.
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