I graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 2007 with a Bachelor's Degree in Child and Family Studies. I then went on to receive my Master's Degree in Elementary Education in 2008, also from the University of New Hampshire. I absolutely loved every minute of my time in college, and had a BLAST learning about education and teaching. My all time favorite course was my year-long internship in a 4th grade classroom. Since college, I have been teaching in a wonderful school district that has pushed me to further grow and develop. I spent my first two years teaching 4th grade, and the past 3 years teaching 3rd grade. I have fallen in love with all my kiddos over the past 5 years and I am truly blessed to have worked with them. I have experience with the following types of curriculum, programs, philosophies, and assessments: -Common Core -RTI -Guided Reading -Harcourt Brace Trophies -Six Traits Writing -Picturing Writing -Lindamood - Bell -Everyday Mathematics -Math In Focus -enVisionMATH -Responsive Classroom -DRAs -Fountas and Pinnell Benchmark System -AimsWeb -NWEA -NECAP
structured, creative, hands-on, minds-on, engaging, activity-based, inquiry-based, differentiated, enthusiastic, warm & inviting, FUN :)
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Bachelor's Degree in Child and Family Studies (2007) Master's Degree in Elementary Education (2008)
I married the most amazing man in July of 2013 and together we have 2 two little boys and a chocolate lab named Dudley.
English Language Arts, Creative Writing, Reading, Grammar, Spelling, Vocabulary, Specialty, Math, Basic Operations, Fractions, Geometry, Measurement, Numbers, Science, Earth Sciences, Social Studies - History, Arts & Music, Special Education, Life Skills, Literature, Classroom Management, School Counseling, Word Problems, General Science, Physical Science, Writing, Oral Communication, Reading Strategies, Holidays/Seasonal, Back to School, Thanksgiving, Christmas/ Chanukah/ Kwanzaa, Poetry, Autumn, Mental Math, Halloween, Winter, The New Year, Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Spring, Place Value, Informational Text, End of Year, Engineering, Classroom Community