Special Ed. Teacher, MA in Educational Leadership
Tracey Greene is a highly respected Special Education Teacher with over 20+ years of experience helping K-12 children excel both inside and outside the classroom. Her passion for education is evident in her commitment to helping children unlock their unique versions of success. Tracey's extensive background involves progress evaluation, curriculum planning, conflict resolution, ABA treatments, and developing tailored learning approaches for children with severe trauma. Additionally, she is an experienced public speaker and enjoys blending real-life experiences with broad education acumen to help students tap into their innate potential within safe environments.
Tracey spent the majority of her career in the special education space as a teacher. She avidly positioned students for developmental advancements that become the baseline for their successes within their academic, personal, and professional lives. Her goal has always been to make a difference in the lives of children, especially those who experience slow learning or are developmentally delayed. Her dedication and passion for helping children grow have become the catalyst for her measurable results in and around the community. This includes higher yields in progression reports, academic/social satisfaction, and documented student improvements in both the school and home settings.
Tracey holds a BA in Business Administration from Saint Augustine's College, an MA in Educational Leadership from National University, and completed the School of Education Graduate Credentialing Program from the University of Redlands. Her passion for education extends beyond the classroom, and she is committed to traveling across the US to educate others on how to better serve the underserved.
Tracey's reputation as a teacher, her professionalism in corporate business, and her innate passion for helping children grow has led her to her current position. She is now acclaimed for her passion-led approaches that set students up for sustainable success and highlight the notions of inclusiveness and acceptance among academic peers. However, what sets Tracey apart is her ability to empower students to view developmental disorders as a non-value-dening label and proving that regardless of the starting line, everyone can exceed their expectations.
Tracey's experience in working with children who are fighting to overcome severe trauma is extensive. She has spent close to three decades supporting both classroom and home environments, ranging from being a foster parent for 15 years to accentuating learning environments to make a positive difference for those who are developmentally delayed. She discovered a growing passion for working with special needs children that would go on to form a 30-year career serving in both homes and schools. Tracey's main objective was to make a difference in the lives of children, especially those who experience slow learning or are developmentally delayed.
Tracey's desire to make a positive impact led her to foster parenting. This experience gave her an improved understanding that the home and school system must work together to ensure an optimal outcome for each child. Tracey's work as a foster parent has been a major influence on her career as an educator. Her knowledge and experience in both home and school environments have made her a highly sought after special education teacher and trainer.
Tracey has a unique approach to teaching that is rooted in the understanding that every child is different. She recognizes that each child comes with their own strengths and challenges. Tracey's approach is to work with the child to create an individualized education plan that is tailored to their specific needs. This approach has been highly successful and has resulted in higher yields in progression reports, academic/social satisfaction, and documented student improvements in both the school and home settings.
Tracey's passion for education has led her to expand her reach beyond the classroom. She now utilizes her past experience to provide corporate training. Focusing on conflict resolution and mediation, she finds inspiration in being able to help others gain a better understanding of new concepts and develop the skills needed to place children on a path to overcoming their hurdles. She hopes that the future will open doors for her to travel throughout