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33 » It's never too late!

I wasn't sure of what career path I wanted to pursue, so I left TU in 1973 w/60 credits. My major was Special Education, so I decided to get experience to determine whether I wanted to become a Resource Teacher. I worked for 2 years at Rosewood Hospital as a Teacher's Aide. At that time, that allowed me to teach my own class as long as I had a Mentor Teacher. I had a class of 6 develo ...

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33 » It's never too late!

I wasn't sure of what career path I wanted to pursue, so I left TU in 1973 w/60 credits. My major was Special Education, so I decided to get experience to determine whether I wanted to become a Resource Teacher. I worked for 2 years at Rosewood Hospital as a Teacher's Aide. At that time, that allowed me to teach my own class as long as I had a Mentor Teacher. I had a class of 6 developmentally challenged students. Chronologically, they ranged between 6 and 10 years old, but developmentally, they were between 6 and 24 months old. I met my future husband in 1974, married, and had 2 children. Having a very supportive husband, I returned to TU in 1987 & w/in 1 1/2 yrs graduated from TU, majoring in Early Childhood Education.

Nancy Dodson | Graduated 1988

Alumnus/Alumna, Posted 10-18-12

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