Title: Special Education Professional
Company: Kane County School District
Location: Big Water, Utah, United States
Miki Wilburn, Special Education Professional at Kane County School District, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in education administration.
Ms. Wilburn initially obtained an Associate of Arts in 1988 from Mt. St. Antonio College in Walnut, California. She subsequently earned a Bachelor of Science in elementary and special education in 2014 and a Master of Education in educational leadership and administration in 2016 from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix. Ms. Wilburn found much success as an education professional with the Lancaster School District from 2005 to 2011, as a special education resource teacher at Page Middle School from 2013 to 2015 and as an elementary and special education educator with the Kane County School District since 2016, specializing in assisting students with special needs and emotional disturbances with strengths in classroom management, conflict resolution and relationship building.
Attributing her success to her innate ability to connect with each child individually and non-verbal communication skills, Ms. Wilburn maintains her career highlight was teaching a third-grade student who was unable to read at all to read to grade level. She has taken special pride in earning an Apple Award at her local school, an award that enables children to choose from the professionals within the district, given to her as a volunteer and as a coach for her dedication to the students. In the coming years, she would like to become a school principal, which she names as her ultimate goal, either before or after retiring as a special education consultant.
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