Ms. Hartman is a middle school language arts teacher at International Connections Academy (iNaCA). She began her teaching career in 2005 and joined iNaCA in 2010. Ms. Hartman holds a bachelor’s degree in English and sociology from Texas Women’s University.
Learn more about her teaching experience below:
“I dreamed of being a teacher ever since I was in kindergarten myself. I love working with students and have had the opportunity to teach students in all grades, K–12, in both a bricks-and mortar and virtual school. The benefit of teaching at an online school versus a bricks-and-mortar school is that in a virtual school, teachers are able to individualize instruction, and really help students build on the skills that they already have.
Our students are empowered to really dig into the content and question it, as all lifelong learners should. They are independent self-starters who will do very well as they move toward their college and career goals. The students come from a variety of backgrounds and have all different interests, so they bring so much with them to the discussions and to the school community.”
I love working with students from all over the world and from many different backgrounds.