Mrs. Ashley Hodges

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Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor's of Science in Elementary Education from Athens State University, 2008 Highly Qualified AMSTI Trained in Math, Science, and GLOBE Trained in INVESTIGATIONS 1st and 3rd Grade ARI Trained in Reading Trained in Leader In Me Slide Certified by the Ron Clark Academy House Leadership Team for Mill Creek Elementary Member of the Math Committee for the Madison City School District Co-Author of Handwriting Bootcamp ©2019 - A multisensory approach to teaching the Alphabetic Principal and Letter Formations

Mrs. Ashley Hodges

Experience

  • Horizon Elementary

    • First Grade 2009-2010

    • Third Grade 2010-2014

    • First Grade  2014-2016

  •  Mill Creek Elementary

    • First Grade 2016-Present

  • Learning And Beyond, LLC  January 2019- Present

    • Curriculum development and Trainings

 

All About Me

My name is Ashley Hodges and I am a wife, mom of 3 boys, a first grade teacher in Madison, Alabama, and Co-Owner of Learning and Beyond.  I started teaching in the fall of 2009.

Since I was a little girl, I knew I wanted to be a teacher. My mom, grandmother, and aunts were teachers. I never really considered any other career path because my passion was teaching.  In 4th grade I was diagnosed with Dyslexia. My parents played a big role in my success. They educated themselves on Dyslexia and empowered me to be successful. It wasn't always easy, but I learned and grew from my struggles.  This diagnosis fueled my passion and desire to teach. I wanted to help others the same way many of my parents and teachers helped me.

After high school I went on to college and graduated from Athens State University in December of 2008. I worked as a substitute in several surrounding school systems until I was hired by Madison City Schools in the Fall of 2009.

My plan is to pursue a Master's Degree in Dyslexia Therapy. 

I am teaching full time and am currently developing several handwriting and phonics courses and resources for teachers. 

I believe that having Dyslexia has made me a better educator!