“I have a passion,
a passion to see the world changed,
one learner at a time.”

Putting students first

Kathleen has worked with learners of all ages for greater than three decades. She has earned and applied her lifetime Master’s in classroom teaching within the early childhood and elementary environments, as well as, at the university level. Kathleen is in the process of completing her dissertation of study with a focus on empowering pre-service teachers to meet the social emotional needs of learners when they enter the field.

With a passion for life-long learning and leading students of all ages to find successful moments along the way, she enjoys connecting with a variety of people, embracing the moment with each individual. Kathleen’s dream remains to see the world positively impacted through leading others on the path to discover a continuum of growth, offering greater opportunities for each individual to share her passion, a passion to see the world become a better place, one learner at a time.

Loving Lifelong Learning
“Thank you for being an educator who established a career… Some teachers make a career of teaching, others only have jobs.” - C and C Cherry

Putting students first

Kathleen has worked with learners of all ages for greater than three decades. She has earned and applied her lifetime Master’s in classroom teaching within the early childhood and elementary environments, as well as, at the university level. Kathleen is in the process of completing her dissertation of study with a focus on empowering pre-service teachers to meet the social emotional needs of learners when they enter the field.

With a passion for life-long learning and leading students of all ages to find successful moments along the way, she enjoys connecting with a variety of people, embracing the moment with each individual. Kathleen’s dream remains to see the world positively impacted through leading others on the path to discover a continuum of growth, offering greater opportunities for each individual to share her passion, a passion to see the world become a better place, one learner at a time.

Loving Lifelong Learning
“Thank you for being an educator who established a career… Some teachers make a career of teaching, others only have jobs.” - C and C Cherry

As an evolving process for years, Kathleen has found so much joy interacting within the process of learning, and has fallen hopelessly in love with how minds of all kinds learn, grow, and develop. Throughout her educational journey and learning alongside so many diverse students, she has enjoyed experiencing what she terms layers of learning. Various experiences, wiring, birth order, emotional intelligence, organization, and the way one views the world and assimilates for a learner, offers insight into the journey. Layering in love, connection, and follow through matters. When these components are present, learners are safe, settled, structured, and essentially free to learn!

For her Master’s Thesis, she conducted a qualitative study on the application of teaching reading and a recipient of the Outstanding Student of Achievement Award. Kathleen’s most recent dissertation research was conducted highlighting the essentialness of social emotional preparedness in pre-service teachers as they enter the field to work with learners. Realizing, embracing and understanding perspectives in leadership matters, and students are the priority.

Special Bonds That Last A Lifetime

Kathleen & Emma

Ever since 2004, Emma and Mrs. Bauer have had a special connection, as Kindergarten student and teacher! Many years have gone by and the two have stayed in touch. Currently, Emma is a rising senior studying Elementary Education and Child Studies at Vanderbilt University.

Emma loves keeping touch with Mrs. Bauer and having such an incredible and inspirational role model and mentor. Summer 2019, Emma interned at Columbia University’s Summer Program for High School Students, serving as a Program Assistant and Resident Advisor. She took on this opportunity to work with students in a meaningful way!

Loving Lifelong Learning
Loving Lifelong Learning
Loving Lifelong Learning
Ever since 2004, Emma and Mrs. Bauer have had a special connection, as Kindergarten student and teacher! Many years have gone by and the two have stayed in touch. Currently, Emma is a rising senior studying Elementary Education and Child Studies at Vanderbilt University.
Loving Lifelong Learning
Emma loves keeping touch with Mrs. Bauer and having such an incredible and inspirational role model and mentor. Summer 2019, Emma interned at Columbia University’s Summer Program for High School Students, serving as a Program Assistant and Resident Advisor. She took on this opportunity to work with students in a meaningful way!

Kathleen & Sydnie

Sydnie and her former Kindergarten teacher have shared some “sweet” times through the years!

”You have been such a blessing to so many people at Rossman [elementary]. You will now [in the University world] have an opportunity to reproduce yourself and continue to bless thousands in the future generations! We are so happy to have you as a friend. Of course, Sydnie [our daughter] loves you too. Blessings Always!” – Former Student Parents L & C Williams

Sydnie
Sydnie

Kathleen & Sydnie

Sydnie
Sydnie and her former Kindergarten teacher have shared some “sweet” times through the years!
Sydnie
”You have been such a blessing to so many people at Rossman [elementary]. You will now [in the University world] have an opportunity to reproduce yourself and continue to bless thousands in the future generations! We are so happy to have you as a friend. Of course, Sydnie [our daughter] loves you too. Blessings Always!” - Former Student Parents L & C Williams

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Loving Lifelong Learning
“All the colors of the rainbow help us think and help us know. All the colors of the rainbow help us learn and help us grow” - © Kathleen Bauer 2019

“All the colors of the rainbow help us think and help us know. All the colors of the rainbow help us learn and help us grow” – © Kathleen Bauer 2019