Our children develop a sense of who they are, a sense of confidence and skill in public performance, and they really do learn teamwork. --Gloria Bethea, Choir Manager and Learning Academy Director
Gloria Bethea, Choir Manager & Learning Academy Director
Gloria Bethea , Choir Manager and Learning Academy Director, is a retired Nurse Clinician with undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Pennsylvania.
credits patient education training for equipping her
to homeschool her
A sought-after tutor, her
tutoring and nursing philosophies are the same: always consider the whole person when serving someone- their attitude, informational processes strengths and weaknesses, learning style, nutritional health, organizational skills and personality.
enthusiastically looks forward to teaching Learning Coaches and students to apply these principles in TCC's newly formed Learning Academy
She is a founding member of the TCC advisory board and has served on the board of MentorPOWER, as a volunteer writing coach for Trenton Central High School, and as a member of the Action Team that researched, evaluated and planned the reorganization of Trenton Central High School into career focused, small learning communities.
is appreciative of the depth of personal growth opportunities the Chorus
sons and daughters and is convinced that choral experience provides youth with ideal opportunities for development of self-discipline, collaborative skills and appreciation of cultural diversity.