Terri has served as a middle school classroom teacher, lead teacher, assistant principal, supervising principal, and the director of special services, giftedness, and elementary curriculum in the largest rural school district in the state.
Additionally, she has taught adjunct classes at Mississippi State University, William Carey University and the American College of Education.
After retiring from the public setting, Terri served as a school administrator with the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians and currently owns Millennial Educational Consulting LLC and serves as an educational consultant full-time across the state of Mississippi coaching and mentoring teachers and administrators and providing training on various current educational topics.
She serves as the current state president of Mississippi Council for Exceptional Children. She is a member of the National Council for Exceptional Children, International Literacy Association, and the National Association of Middle Level Educators.
She has four boys – well, three grown men and one teenager that she’s too old to have! She has two precious daughter-in-laws and two precious grandchildren – Jace and Lily Kate. She loves English Bulldogs and has eleven of them so there is always a house full of smooshed-in faces and wrinkles!
This book study/workbook contains activities for each chapter and can serve as a (1) book study for faculties of educators seeking to form a book study group, (2) a study from the eyes of a student and what the challenges feel like on a daily basis as one completes the activities, and (3) a guide for professional development sessions focused on dyslexia and what the challenges are.