Meet Ms. Brown!
Ms. Brown has been teaching for 14 years and will admit that it has been an exciting and interesting journey. Ms. Brown is a graduate of Valdosta State University where she received both her Bachelor of Science in Education degree with an emphasis in Special Education and her Master of Science in Education degree in Special Education with an emphasis in Deaf Education. She has also completed her Education Specialist degree at Berry College in Curriculum and Instruction in order to become better prepared as an educator and a leader in the field of deaf education. She is currently working on her doctorate of education focusing on Instructional Leadership at the University of Alabama.
She has previously taught high school remediation classes as well as focus groups who entered high school during the time of the Quality Core Curriculum. She has been the mathematics teacher for the middle school department, for grades 6th-8th. She has also previously served as a middle school mathematics resource teacher. She has also taught high school Biology, Human Anatomy & Physiology, and Physical Science. She currently teachers high school mathematics grades 9-12. She also serves as the Instructional Mathematics Coach and RTI Math Specialist here at the Georgia School for the Deaf for grades K-12.
Ms. Brown loves to help others in the community and around the school, travel, attend church, and collecting koalas. She is a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. Overall, Ms. Brown hopes to help and support teachers as we work together to move our students forward towards success!