Rhonda Peyton discusses teaching the non-traditional older student.

Non-traditional older students need tools and strategies to help make them successful. In fact, all students can use these skills to become independent, life-long learners in any academic arena. This seminar will give practical ideas and strategies for all types of learners.

Rhonda Peyton

Mrs. Peyton holds a B.S in Social Studies and Language Arts Education from Radford University. She has served at Caldwell as a classroom teacher prior to her current administrative roles.

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