Dec. 17, 2022

Episode 155: Overcoming Dyslexia: From Struggling Student to Master's Degree


Stephanie LoFaro began a teaching career coaching the GED program and teaching ESL to adult learners at the community college level before moving into Tech to honor her Info Sys bachelor's degree. After six years of corporate, she began her journey into her M.Ed. program at Colorado State University, where she recently graduated! Her journey is unique because she grew up with dyslexia, and conquering a master's degree, especially in Education, was something she would NEVER have expected.

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Stephanie LoFaro

Teacher

I began my teaching career coaching the GED program and teaching ESL to adult learners at the community college level, before moving into Tech to honor my Info Sys bachelors degree. After six years of corporate, I started to get itchy feet about wanting to make a real lasting change, and so I began my journey into my M.Ed program at Colorado State University, where I recently graduated! What makes my journey so special is that I grew up with dyslexia, and conquering a masters degree, especially in Education, was something I would NEVER had expected I would do when I was younger. This has given me some unique insight into my teaching methodology as I look back to really critique what worked for me, and what didn't so that I can be a better educator for ALL students!