Morgan Taylor Black


    Morgan Black is a Junior at Mary Lou Fulton Teacher's College at Arizona State University in Gilbert, Arizona. She plans to graduate in December of 2013 with a dual bachelors degree in Elementary/Special Education. Morgan's professional experience includes a variety of volunteer work through service learning opportunities in the Phoenix area. She has worked with severly handicaped students at Hacienda De Los Angeles and the Title I funded HeadStart Kindergarten program through Linda Loma Elementary. She also has also enjoyed working in general education classrooms in both Mesa and Highley Unified School Districts. Prior to college, Morgan gave private swim instruction lessons and was an assistant at Ki Center Martial Arts in Tucson, Arizona. To gain more experience in the educational field, Morgan currently is employed by several families as a tutor and a nanny to children ages newborn- 8 years old. Her hobbies include physical activities such as swimming, kickboxing and hiking. She also enjoys cooking, painting and scrapbooking. Morgan wants to pursue her career in a general education classroom grades 2-6. She wishes to continue her education to obtain a masters degree in child psychology.     

lesson plan


To see wildlife webpages that focus on grade levels kindergarten through third grade, created by Morgan, please access Desert Tortoise, Black Mexican King SnakeBarrel Cactus :  

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Desert Tortoise:

Black Mexican King Snake :

Barrel Cactus: