This is my tenth year in education and I love finding and creating new resources to use with my students!
My classroom in a fun, interactive space where students are given the responsibility of choosing their own seat (alternative seating) as well as center activities that work best to fill their gaps. My room is bright and busy all the time. We do our best to learn from one another every day. I love to play games with my students as well as do center activities so that I can see each student's progress on a daily basis.
I have been a contributing author for a book about center activities, I've won several grants to use in my classroom, received my masters in education a few years ago, taught several workshops, and won the Kansas Horizon Award my first year in the classroom.
Bachelor from Pittsburg State University 2005 ESOL certification from Emporia State University 2007 Masters in Education from Emporia State University 2012
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