Rebecca King

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Rebecca King has been an educator of deaf and hard of hearing students for eight years. She has taught at The Pennsylvania School for the Deaf (PSD) for three years in an Elementary Life Skills Class. She taught in the Philadelphia School District for seven years, where she co-teaches with regular education teachers. She then was the lead teacher at a Deaf Plus program. She currently in a teacher of the Deaf in the Pennsbury School District.

Mrs. King has been an advocate for the special education students with whom she works; creating curriculum and schedules that best fit her students. She is also active in a non-profit for 12-18 year olds that prompts leadership skills through training students to run a marathon.

Mrs. King’s received her undergraduate degree from Bloomsburg University in ASL/English Interpreting. She continued at Bloomsburg and received her Masters in Education of Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing. A few years later she went Arcadia University and earned her Masters in Special Education and Elementary Education. In 2014, Rebecca became a National Board Certified Teacher. Rebecca is excited to be part of the faculty at Saint Joseph’s and share her experience with students who are eager to join the field of educating students who are deaf and hard of hearing.

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