Marie Roberson a nutshell

My name is Marie Roberson and I am currently a first grade teacher in Fayette County, GA. I am a product of the Fayette County school system and love being able to teach in the system that helped to mold me. I married my high school sweetheart and we have two children and two rotten dogs together.

I attended North Georgia College and State University (I just find it hard to call it University of North Georgia), where I earned my Bachelor's Degree in Social Science. After college I quickly realized I wanted to enter the education field. I completed a TAPP (teacher alternative preparation program) through Clayton County Public Schools. I enjoyed my time in the county and learned the true meaning of differentiation through small group instruction while I was there.


My professional goal is to be able to support and teach other teachers on a daily basis on how to implement technology tools to increase student achievement. I am studying Instructional Technology because it excites me. It seems like the best instructional practices change minute by minute and often there is a technology piece associated with it in recent years. I want to help students succeed with the twenty-first century tools.

When I am not at school I will likely be a a ball field of some type. Both my children love playing ball. I love seeing them work hard to develop in the sport and I am truly their biggest fan...I've even been know to get a little loud during a game or two.

It's hard being a Gator fan in the sea of red and black, but I try my best. My husband played baseball at University of Florida and after one game in the Swamp I was hooked. Go Gators!

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