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Jordan Beeson

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About Me

Educational History:

I graduated from Liberal High School in 2005 and attended college at Seward County Community College from 2005-2007, and Kansas State University from 2009-2013. Originally I focussed on journalism, but eventually changed my degree to English Education once I tranferred to KSU in 2009. While I lived in Manhattan I worked a full-time job and attended classes part time.

I greatly value the education that I recieved from both of these institutions, and I still maintain professional and personal relationships with my professors and advisors from both SCCC and KSU.

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor's of Science for English Education, 5-12

Certified for Speech and Theater 6-12

ESOL Certification Program from Newman University

Certified for Physical Education.

Professional Development:

AVID, Literacy First, Leadership EDGE, and Richard DuFour Educational Leadership.

Current Position:

  • Have taught 7th Grade ELA, Intensive Reading, and AVID for SMS and SRMS since 2015.
  • I currently am endorsed in 5th – 12th Grade ELA, English Speakers of Other Languages, Speech and Theater, and Physical Education.

Previous Position:

  • Student taught 8th ELA Grade at Ft. Riley Middle School, and 8th Grade ELA Junction City Middle School.
  • Graduated from Kansas State University in the Fall of 2013 with a B.S. in English Education.
  • Worked for a semester as a para for Manhattan High School, Autism Program.
  • Taught 11th Grade ELA, Speech and Forensics at Lindsborg High School.

Personal Information:

When I am not in the classroom I try to spend as much time as I can enjoying some form of physical activity. Not because I try to mind my waistline, calories, and personal achievements, but simply because I like to move around. Powerlifting has definitely taken over my fixation the last few years.

I try to get to a state park for fishing a few times a month, especially when the weather is nice. Taking my dogs, Claire and Harlow, for a run is a weekly goal.

When the weather turns bad, I can usually be found reading books that nobody cares about, and watching cartoons, horror movies, or football. My goal for this year is to read at least one book a week. When I have the time and money for it, I love to go to concerts, art galleries, and comedy shows.



      2019 Reading Challenge


          2019 Reading Challenge


        Jordan has
             read 13 books toward
             his goal of
             52 books.





        13 of 52 (25%)


          view books





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