Fanatical for the Atlanta Braves
Designed by Christopher Alexander


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Hi, my name is Christopher Alexander, and I am an Interrelated Special Education and Early Childhood Education major at Valdosta State University. I am in my third year of college and still have a few years left before I will be a certified teacher. Because the program I am in will not certify me at the Bachelor's level, I have to wait until I have completed my Master's courses to begin my teaching.

Teaching has been a life-long endeavor for me and I hope to change some child's life in the same way that so many of my teachers touched my life. I don't hope to be anything more and expect to be nothing less than a teacher who shows he cares about the people and the students he is around every single day, and when all is said and done, I hope that my legacy is one of love and hope.




Marcus Giles hitting a baseball


I have many hobbies and interests, and most of my hobbies have something to do with baseball. I love to play baseball, watch Atlanta Braves baseball or any other available game, and I collect baseball cards even though I am an adult. I have over thirteen thousand baseball cards and a very large Atlanta Braves collection. My favorite Atlanta Braves player is second baseman Marcus Giles(pictured above). My favorite player who is not an Atlanta Brave is Ken Griffey Jr. of whom I have approximately 1000 baseball cards.
Drawing is another one of my hobbies, and I am continually trying new mediums(oils, paints, charcoal, etc.)  in making my artwork. The things I usually draw are portraits of friends and loved ones, pictures of baseball players, and different types of abstract work. I started drawing as soon as I could pick up a pencil or crayon and have continually progressed in my ability.


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I was born and raised in a small town in Georgia called Fitzgerald. I have enjoyed my time in Fitzgerald and may end up getting a job in Fitzgerald and settling down here with my wife. However, other plans include moving to Valdosta or Tifton, GA.

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TopicQuest Lesson Plan

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cqalexander@valdosta.edu