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"A child with special needs will inspire you to be a special kind of person"
 
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The attached document is an editable flyer for a holiday children's hospital drive. If you are doing a drive for any hospital, the regulations and needs are likely very similar. All you have to do is change the name of the hospital and you are set
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These behavior cards can be edited individually to meet the needs of your students. They are versatile, therefore they can be used with various behaviors and with multiple rewards attached. They are simple and easy to reprint for each day/week.
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This is a template for the poster mentioned in the TeachTown curriculum under Listening When the Teacher is Talking. They mention making a poster, and some students require a starting place for their poster. This is a simple template that covers
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This is an easily editable template to use for assessing weekly progress. This translates easily to a Guided Reading setup and is great for special education teachers.
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This excel sheet is programmed to automatically average all data collected. It is organized based on goal, week and quarter. There are also different tabs for the related services to include data. All pages and equations can be edited to meet your
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This week at a glance lesson plan template allows special education teachers to embed their student's IEP goals into their lesson plans. Given the need, this allows teachers to look back at a specific day and determine what they were doing that day
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This is a template for practicing number sense daily with your students. This can work with any classroom environment and can be adapted to meet your students' needs. They are editable for your convenience.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

This is my second full year of teaching in a self-contained special education environment. Previous to this year, I have substitute taught in all grades and academic subjects from Pre-K through 12. I spent three years getting as much experience as I could, through subbing, while getting a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science degree, both focusing on special education.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Highly Structured, Repetitive, Systematic

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Bachelor of Science (Special Education) - Cum Laude Master of Science (Special Education) -Summa Cum Laude

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a Bachelor of Science degree, concentration in special education, from Longwood University. I also have a Master of Science degree, specializing in Special Education General Curriculum, also from Longwood University. I am a certified Professional Crisis Management Practitioner I and a certified Mandt Practitioner. I am trained to host a Facilitated IEP.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Teaching students with special needs is my passion and purpose. Getting to spend time with my students every day brightens up my life, and I would not be the person I am today without each student I have had the privilege of working with. The following products are sources I have used in my own classroom and reflect the specialized instruction that students with disabilities require and deserve.