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Mrs Unger
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United States - Wisconsin - South Milwaukee
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Students make predictions, test their hypothesis, and then come to a conclusion. They use an eye dropper to drop water on to different types of ...
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

- Middle School Spanish long-term substitute teacher - Bilingual Kindergarten teacher (3 years) - ESL teacher (4K - 5th grade) (2 years)

MY TEACHING STYLE

I work hard every day to have a student-centered, hands-on classroom. Little by little, I am becoming the type of teacher I want to be. :)

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

None for this third year teacher. Wouldn't that be nice!?

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh (undergrad) Cardinal Stritch University (grad)

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

“So much of what a child takes home each day is in his or her heart and head, not in hand. Carefully planned instruction often results in intangible learning not easily verbalized by children.†~ Cindy Middendorf