A Bit About Me
My name is Kesha Williams. I'm a secondary science teacher that wanted to focus on what mattered most...students! I took a leap of faith, stepped out of the public school system, and began working with students, families, and educators as an online private tutor and independent curriculum writer.
I’ve taught secondary science since 2002, in both the traditional classroom as well as online. Now, I'm an adjunct professor of undergraduate science courses at Southern New Hampshire University and graduate level science education and research courses to current and future teachers at Colorado State University – Global, both online. This allows me even more time doing what I love, inspiring a love for STEM in students. I'm finding that I'm developing even more leveled resources as a tutor to meet the many and different needs of each student across each subject than I had time to do in the classroom!
I realized that I have a knack for developing resources and curriculum. I put this to use as a freelance writer for online lessons and assessments. I've worked with various companies, both smaller and a few larger, as a contract writer of lessons and assessments as well as online course development. But my first love is always working with students as they ignite a passion for science, math, and technology!
I'm blessed to be at the point in my career that allows me to continue to learn, share and collaborate with others, and work with students and families to inspire a love for learning!