Degrees and Certifications:
BEd Special Education Certification of Achievement Introduction to Occupational Therapy in the Classroom Introduction to Speech Therapy in the Classroom Introduction to Behavior Strategies in the Classroom Introduction to Adapted Academic Strategies in the Classroom Other Certifications Concussion In Sports Fundamentals Of Coaching Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED
Miss Juddian Moncrieffe
My College Story
I attended The Mico University College where I earned my Bachelor of Education in Special Education. During my university years, I had the opportunity to observe, co – teach and teach children with exceptionalities at the Salvation Army School for The Blind & Visually Impaired, Jamaica Association of Children with Learning Disabilities and The Windsor School of Special Education. I also spent my community hours volunteering at these institutions as a teacher’s assistant.
Past Teaching Experience
After graduating, I became a staff member at The Jamaican Association on Intellectual Disabilities (JAID), teaching at The Windsor School of Special Education. I was a 4th grade teacher for 2 years at this institution. I taught students with various disabilities: Down’s Syndrome, Autism, ADHD, Cerebral Palsy and Learning Disabilities. I also wrote and coordinated poetry pieces for the students who entered the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) competition.
Current Teaching Position
Fortunate to be a young educator, I moved to Jacksonville, North Carolina, from my beautiful home, Jamaica, to garner experience in a different educational setting. Joining the Onslow County Schools in 2017, I became an Adaptive Exceptional Children teacher at Northside High School. In my first year of teaching, I had the priviledge of being an assistant softball coach.
I am not only passionate about teaching, I also enjoy nature, poetry, painting, singing, photography, traveling and spending time with my family and friends.
My Teaching Philosophy
'Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.' - Margaret Mead
A student-centered approach to teaching allow students to take responsibility for their own learning and self-development.
Food For Thought