Hi, my name is Mrs. Bell, even though some still call me Ms. Williams. Either way, it's me. I received my B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Human Development and Family Sciences. Thanks to those studies, I am now a proud Alabama A&M alumna bulldog. I then continued my studies to receive my Masters in Collaborative Special Education K-12. I believe that teachers are the foundation to all careers; other careers are nonexistent without a teacher's input.
I look at your child(ren) as my own. I like to tell parents, I am the "work mom/mother". I truly have your child(ren)'s best interest at heart. I love to have fun while learning with my students. This makes for great memories, in my opininion. I am very excited about working with your child(ren). I am compassionate about producing intrinsic motivation through natural inquisitive moments.
My philosophy is that everyone has the ability to learn when provided with the appropriate tools and resources. Each child learns at different paces, different ways, and has different interpretations; that’s the true beauty of learning. I want to help make a difference by applying experiences from the past, increasing knowledge in the present, and helping mold the generation of the future.
Knowledge is a critical aspect of determining the way an individual makes it through life’s journey. It will serve as the survival kit to help foresee any given situation. Therefore, education is a subject matter that cannot be taken lightly. Consequently, everyone should have access to attaining the essentials of making a better tomorrow, despite one’s learning abilities. The Declaration of Independence states that "all men are created equal." Therefore, it is encouraged to the students to apply the golden rule: "treat others how you like to be treated."
Special education is just as it is stated, education provided in a special and unique manner.