Educator, historian and spirited lecturer, Sloane Meyer has coined the term ‘Academic Performer’ to describe her teaching style. “My presentations are equal parts education and entertainment.” She has 11 years experience in the Jackson County school system, attended Gainesville College and the University of West GA and has been on stage and screen since she was a child. Sloane has given presentations all over the state of GA and is honored to have partnered with the Pines, South GA Regional, and the Forsyth County Library Systems, the Washington-Wilkes Historic Foundation, the Crawford Long Museum, the Jackson County Homeschool Group, and many other organizations. She also has the privilege of being an instructor for Brenau University’s Learning and Leisure Institute.
"I have always been an outside-the-box kind of person. I have always loved literature, even when I was young and battled with dyslexia. I have always loved costumes. And movies. And cool little pieces of trivia. I wish the historical 'American Girl' dolls and books were around when I was little; maybe then I would have paid more attention in History class. It's strange how much I love history now because I absolutely hated it in school. A bunch of dry facts in a textbook didn't mean anything to me. I have to have a personal connection in order to learn, to care about this mass of information being thrown at me. I need to know 'the story' behind the information. I created Literature to Life in order to teach the way I wish I could have been taught. It has grown larger than my original concept and I couldn't be happier!"
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