Debra Purcell-Regis Education Qualification

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Debra Purcell-Regis retired in 2014 after twenty-five years of teaching English and American literature at various high schools in and around Old Brookville, New York. After retiring as a teacher, her son introduced her to fantasy sports and she quickly became a proficient player. She picked up on the skills and now participates in daily leagues and season-long leagues. She has also started sharing her newly acquired skills and strategies for fantasy sports with other players.


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Debra Purcell-Regis Education Qualification Debra Purcell-Regis is a retired high school teacher. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, and a Master’s degree in Education from the State University of New York at Fredonia. She taught English and American literature to students in various high schools in the Old Brookville, New York and in the Nassau County. She built a successful career as a high school teacher and has received various accolades for her work in nurturing and motivating her students to achieve success in their studies. She is currently retired but still works part-time as a volunteer coordinator at a local community center.


Debra Purcell-Regis R etired T eacher Debra Purcell-Regis is a retired teacher with over twenty-five years’ experience teaching English and American literature to high school students. Studies have shown that the main factor that determines the quality of education a child receives is the quality of his or her teacher. Teaching is one of the most complicated and demanding jobs today. Teachers need to have a broad understanding of the subject, curriculum, knowledge of discipline issues, and classroom management techniques.


Debra Purcell-Regis Profession in Education Debra Purcell-Regis spent over twenty-five years teaching high school students in upstate New York. Here are a few characteristics of a great teacher:Great teachers set high expectations for their students and encourage them to achieve their goalsGreat teachers do not give up on underachievers in the classroomEffective teachers have clear, written-out lesson plans and objectives that give students a clear understanding of what they will learn in the course.


Debra Purcell-Regis S upport Education System Debra Purcell-Regis believes in and supports the no Child Left Behind law that came into force in 2002. As a teacher for over twenty-five years, she ensured that the students in her class received all the attention and care they can get. Under the law, No Child Left Behind, elementary school teachers need to have a bachelor’s degree and pass a tough core curriculum test. Middle and high school teachers are required to demonstrate competency in their subject area, which requires them to pass a test or complete an academic major, graduate degree, or have some other comparable course work.


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