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United States - Florida - Winter Haven
Rhonda Jewell
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"May Your Troubles Be Less, May Your Happiness Be More, May You Be Greeted With Love & Kindness As You Enter This Door!".
 
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This is a cumulative assessment of Compare & Contrast complete with 8 passages ranging from a few sentences each to double paragraphs. Both t...
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Here's a brief, ten item test on Main Idea. Included are both the student and teacher versions. The test includes constructed response, graphic o...
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Looking for a way to differentiate by PRODUCT and STUDENT INTEREST? Looking for a way to reach your VISUAL, AUDITORY, and TACTILE/Kinesthetic lea...
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Have you been wondering how to process all of the information you are learning as a teacher about differentiated instruction in a way that actual...
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This is a comprehensive/cumulative water cycle, weather, matter assessment that's perfect for the intermediate level grades. It contains more tha...
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Here's a Figurative Language Quiz with both the student and teacher versions (key). The quiz includes idioms, palindromes, puns, idioms, onomatop...
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This is a Blooms Taxonomy balanced ecosystems assessment with 37 items ranging from multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank, constructed response, dra...
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Looking for a way to blend RAFTS writing with the Julius Caesar novel study? This performance task is a highly engaging writing task for students...
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This is "MATHew Pirate Face" who helps children learn the steps of division along with examples and a mnemonic story for recalling key division t...
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Perfect for any teacher of Reader's Workshop - at any grade level! This diagram can be kept in students Reading Notebooks as a visual reminder of...
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Help children master their basic multiplication facts through color association and commutative property using this color-coded, research based, ...
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Ever want to peek into children's minds and/or expand their thinking of numbers? This is a list of 28 ways one person visualizes the number ten w...
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Modeled after the Mosaic of Thought *Connections* that good readers make when they read, this poster makes a great visual for students to refer t...
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Common Core Connection
Common Core Connection  (TpT Seller) re: Good Readers "Make Connections" Poster
Thanks for sharing! Anne
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Rhonda Jewell
Rhonda Jewell  (TpT Seller)
Thank you.
October 20, 2012 Report inappropriate comment

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Common Core Connection  (TpT Seller) re: Good Readers "Make Connections" Poster
Thanks!
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Rhonda Jewell
Rhonda Jewell  (TpT Seller)
Thank you so much for your input! :=)
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Buyer re: Rounding Jeopardy PPT
Hey,
I just purchased your Rounding Jeopardy powerpoint. When I try to click on a choice it does not go to a question. It just opens as if I am goint to edit the page. I have other activities like this that work, but they are created in a smart notebook. Thanks for telling me how to get the game to go directly to questions when tapping on a choice.
October 9, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
Rhonda Jewell
Rhonda Jewell  (TpT Seller)
I've not heard of that specific problem with this item before. I'm pretty sure that you may have done this, but you did select the ppt slideshow view first, correct? Any chance it could be a ppt version compatibility issue? I made this product years ago and newer versions of ppt seem to be what most people are using nowadays. Please let me know if you are indeed able to get this to work on your classroom computer. I'll see what I can do to help with this in another way if not. Your welcome for the tips regarding choices. Thank you kindly.
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Mrs. Co-
Mrs. Co-  (TpT Seller)
Hey, I used to live in Winter Haven back in 2004-Lake Ned near Cypress Gardens. Where are you teaching? Polk County? Were you there in 2004?
Just bought something from you.
Janice (now in PA)
July 16, 2012 Report inappropriate comment
Rhonda Jewell
Rhonda Jewell  (TpT Seller)
Hi Mrs. Co-
Yes to teaching with PCSD and interestingly enough same area (CG BLVD). I wasn't here in 2004. Thanks for the purchase! ;=) I hope you find it very useful.
July 17, 2012 Report inappropriate comment

Rhonda Jewell
Rhonda Jewell  (TpT Seller)
In the far left column of the table are the state standards that the test addresses. Your state may call them objectives or something else. Then in the center are the levels of Bloom's taxonomy and the related test item. One thing to consider when using the table, is that when you've got it completely filled out, be on the look-out for items that most or all students may have gotten correct. This may not indicate the objective was taught well as much as it may indicate the level of difficulty for that teacher made test item was too easy for the students. This table may be somewhat time consuming to use, however, it does directly impact your instructional and diagnostic goals! Does this help? Let me know if you have more questions. :)
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Jill K.
I am taking a testing and measurement class for my masters certification in education supervision. I downloaded your table of specifications example as I have to construct a test and table for my class. Could you share with me what you used on the left side of your table. I am clueless about how to even go about this and it seems this class is a "self-study". We received no instruction about how to even go about doing any of the assignment!! I appreciate any insight you can give.
Thanks so much
Jill Koeppen
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've taught 4th grade (all subjects) for nine years and sixth grade (English Language Arts) for two years as well as 3rd and 5th grade summer school for five years. As of the end of the 2010-2011 school year, I have a total of ten years teaching experience. The age group and content I teach are both VERY exciting as they provide me personal and professional growth opportunities while building relationships. Rewarding.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I'm a highly visual, auditory, and tactile learner....thus my style of teaching reflects this. Teaching reading/language arts are by far my favorites but my students might consider SS my favorite given how we act out American history as we learn it. It wouldn't be unusual to see the class dressed in colonial wear as we put Anne Hutchinson on trial or to see us paying taxes (w/ bingo chips) as we learn about the triangular trade routes or even standing on desk tops shouting "No Taxation Without Representation!" ..... before the north & south could reunite, the class was split in half and they debated issues until they reached a compromise. Learning becomes intrinsically motivating when the students have a vested interest. I try to teach the learner, not the content; therefor my number one goal is to make learning personally relevant to each child. Tough order, but I'm trying! Children have to have a vested interest in what they are learning in order to be intrinsically motivated to learn. When the learning becomes personal to them, they ask more questions and probe even further on their own than I could ever push them. I WANT them to wonder about everything! My best ideas and teaching come to me as a result of what the children want to know. I have a great deal of autonomy in teaching the way I am best suited and my students have a great deal of room to be inquisitive and persue their interests. I believe in teaching the learner, teaching the reader, teaching the thinker - NOT teaching the text. The text is simply a resource. By teaching children how to think, they can think for themselves. By teaching them how to learn, they can become lifelong learners. By teaching students how to be a good reader, they can become lifelong readers and love every minute of it! I get excited about learning, and I explicitely model it for and with the learners! Charts - Charts - Charts. One thing they learn by the end of the year is that I do not have all of the answers, but they have the resources and opportunities available to them to make informed decisions and seek out their own answers. I prefer to be their guide or facilitator.....even allow them to bounce questions off of me and teach them to participate in group discussions that mirror real life. I am a HUGE fan of Kagan Cooperative Learning structures! It's one of the best week-long professional development opportunities that I've ever participated in and didn't know I needed! It's a perfect marriage when blended with Learning Focused Schools strategies.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Georgia Association on Young Children (GAYC) Student of the Year 2000

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I received my Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education from Columbus State University in 2001 I earned my Master of Education in Foundations of Education from Troy State University in 2006

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I LOVE reading (both leisure and purpose filled-information driven) and have a passion for it that I try to pass on to my students. I do a great deal of educational research reading in an effort to continuously grow as an educator.