Joseph Motisi‘s Blog

In his nine years of teaching, Joseph Motisi has educated a number of alternative and special education students

About Joseph Motisi

As an Alternative Education Teacher for San Antonio High School in Claremont, California, he taught continuation high school science and horticulture courses for 9th to 12th graders and community day school science and horticulture classes for 7th to 12th graders. At Claremont High School, Joseph Motisi served as a Special Education Teacher. Working with 9th through 12th grade students, the educator became a Resource Specialist, a Special Day Class Teacher, and a Special Education Case Carrier. Prior to teaching at the high school level, Joseph Motisi joined Vista Del Valle Elementary School in Claremont as a Special Education Teacher. At this school, he taught a special day class of students in grades four to six in a self-contained classroom. The educator’s introduction to the institution came when he served as a Summer School Teacher for fifth graders. Joseph Motisi also taught full-time at Community Day School in Claremont. As an Alternative Education and General Education Teacher, he taught science, English, and physical education to students in grades 7 through 10. Before beginning his career, Joseph Motisi attended Humboldt State University in Arcata, California, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Natural Resources Interpretation. At the University of La Verne, also in California, Joseph Motisi received a Master’s degree in Education. The dedicated educator also possesses a professional clear Multiple Subject Teaching Credential (K-8). Besides his nearly decade-long commitment to educating elementary, middle, and high school students, Joseph Motisi has received accolades as a cook. At the L.A. County Fair in September 2010, his salsa concocted with tomatillos, as well as serrano and habanero chilies, won the award for Best Salsa. Joseph Motisi also enjoys gardening and fishing.

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