Lynne Schuster is a middle school special education teacher at Arkansas Connections Academy (ARCA). She teaches math, science, language arts, and history. Ms. Schuster earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Western Governors University. Beginning her teaching career in 2014, she started at ARCA in 2017.
“I became a teacher to make a difference in children’s lives. I believe they all have the ability to learn, although the way they learn may be different from what is generally thought. It is the teacher’s job to learn how the child learns and to help them reach their potential, knowing that someone does believe in them and their abilities.”
Here is what Ms. Schuster has to say about the benefits of online schooling at ARCA:
“I am not stuck with having to teach a child just one way. I can work with the students, understand how they learn, and use that to assist them in developing their potential. This way of teaching is more personal and creates an atmosphere of being a family, the difference being that I am able to change students’ lives and help them become all they can be without extra stress from peers.”
Ms. Schuster feels that an education at ARCA helps prepare students for a bright and successful future, because ARCA provides a technical environment—and knowing as much as you can about technology is a great asset for career and personal growth.
I am not stuck with having to teach a child just one way. I can work with the students, understand how they learn, and use that to assist them in developing their potential.