Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
Robert J. Nash
This project explains one person developing an instrument that was stripped from a young age, yet voyaged a pathway of determination to become a teacher of many things. Only nine years ago I went through something no female should ever endure in a lifetime, in a time of darkness, trying to find something to live for something was presented to me out of love, knowing it would be a challenge to achieve, there was a sense of understanding and hope of clarity. This opportunity to create and deliver an understanding for students, staff, faculty, and community members of all ages, a supportive reaction and a positive interpretation, that this can really work out in various favors throughout life. Even if there is much doubt.
A chance to develop a sense of effective thinking patterns and be able to examine life as a whole, to pursue those underdeveloped questions about an academic's career to only conclude for one's self.
Number of Pages
Bass, Leahn Rachael, "Passion In A Non-Traditional Student Through Higher Education: The Guiding Points That Made Her...her." (2016). Graduate College Dissertations and Theses. 534.