Title: Special Education Educator, Writer, Inventor
Location: Campbell, California, United States
June Campbell, special education educator, writer and inventor, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators or dedication, achievements, and leadership in teaching.
Regarded by her former students as someone who made learning fun, pleasurable and rewarding, Mrs. Campbell celebrates many accomplishments in her career. Now retired, she concluded her tenure as a teacher at Greystone School, where she taught for eight years. Previously, she found success in noteworthy roles including resource specialist for the San Jose Unified School District, president of the Atlas Cold Baggie Co., as a teacher for the Children’s Hospital School, teacher for the physically handicapped, and head of the occupational therapy department at the Governor Bacon Health Center. Known for her expertise teaching dyslexic children, Mrs. Campbell spent many years volunteering as a tutor for students who needed supplemental support outside of the classroom.
Mrs. Campbell entered her profession for one reason: she simply loved teaching. To prepare for her career, she earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Delaware in 1950 and a Master of Arts in education from San Francisco State University in 1980. As she established her reputation of excellence in her career, she found a way to incorporate arts and crafts into her teaching style. To share her expertise, Mrs. Campbell authored several books: “Macramé for Children,” “It’s Me Book” and “Learning Through Art.” In recognition of her professional excellence, Mrs. Campbell earned a Who’s Who Lifetime Achievement Award. As she looks to the future, she intends to continue enjoying her retirement while seeking out new projects that pique her interest.
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