Kristine Ginn holds a Master's in Early Childhood Education with a Reading Specialist certification. She was an elementary classroom teacher for ten years before becoming a home school teacher for her children, and now has returned to the public education classroom. She received training in working with exceptional children and taught for several years in a co-teaching atmosphere with a Special Education co-teacher. During her time in public education, Mrs. Ginn led committees to design a system-wide curriculum, served on committees to develop system-wide testing instruments, and obtained certification to train other educators in Best Practices modules. Working with teachers in the Metro-Atlanta area, Mrs. Ginn helped train teachers in the implementation of research-based teaching strategies in the classroom, and served on the Superintendent's Advisory Council as a liaison between teachers and system policy makers. She is currently continuing her teaching experience in Florida where she, her husband, and young adult children live.
Adjunct Assistant Professor in Education
B.S. Ed. (2000), M. Ed. (2004),Valdosta State University.