Cassie Frost

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Cassie Frost
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"It's not how smart a student is... It's how are they smart".
 
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Pre-formatted and ready to use newspaper application. Use to have students 'apply' to be part of the school newspaper. Also download the "newspaper job list" to see a ready made list of positions within the newspaper.
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A list of possible positions within a school newspaper as well as descriptions of the role of each of these positions.
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This is a form I use to track student progress and grades for students utilizing the ALEKS math program.
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A great tool for understanding the parts of a mystery story. Students watch an episode of Scooby Doo (you pick the episode), and complete this worksheet, identifying victim, crime, clues, etc as they watch. A great activity for identifying parts
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Students frequently struggle with dictionary skills. This is a 3 page worksheet that give students practice looking up words in the dictionary, and has them identifying guide words and using words in sentences. This assignment is 11 words long to
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A video guide for the movie "Finding Nemo". Guides students through topics that arise during the video and helps students focus on the key social skills content that is included in the video.
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Space travel vocabulary review/reinforcement activities. Use as a fun way to differentiate vocabulary practice. A vocabulary list and definitions including space travel vocabulary such as: orbital velocity, geostationary orbit, thrust, rocket,
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Movies can be an excellent way to discuss social skills concepts with middle and high school students. The movie gives students a shared experience and allows them to discuss topics in a less threatening manner as they are discussing the characters
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Proberbs are a difficult thing for many students to grasp. Use these fun pre-prepared proverb cards to practice common proverbs with your students in an interactive manner. Each card contains one proverb that has been split in areas other than
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Just the forms you need if you are planning a classroom or larger Science Fair. This pack includes Judge's scoring forms for both experiment as well as research projects (for when not every student is able to complete an experiment). In
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A simple comparison worksheet for helping students identify and make in depth comparisons between the book and movie versions of the same story.
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If you are looking for a project that will enhance your students creativity and use of technology, this project is for you. Students share the use of a digital camera (or disposable cameras if they are more budget friendly) to snap pictures of
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This is a 3 page job application that I used with my students when doing a newspaper unit. The students were expected to complete an application in order to be 'offered' a job working for the newspaper. However, it is generic enough to be used for
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A worksheet that covers social skills topics covered in the movie Over the Hedge. Topics covered include: perception, being stuck in a bad situation, motivation, family, temptations, intentions, and intuition.
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Straight forward student hand out for directions on how to create a poster that reflects their knowledge and understanding of Time Management. Includes a breakdown of how points are earned towards the poster's grade.
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Movies can be an excellent way to discuss social skills concepts with middle and high school students. The movie gives students a shared experience and allows them to discuss topics in a less threatening manner as they are discussing the characters
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One of the integral parts of an Emotional Behavioral Disability program or any classroom focused on changing behavior is the Office Intervention. These forms help guide and document the Office Intervention. This specific form focuses on
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A worksheet for students to fill out while watching "Back to the Future" to cue them into the Science fiction elements of the store. Great for taking notes while they watch so they can discuss after watching.
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A simple form that adresses Mid Quarter progress for 8 periods. This form leaves room for grade, comments, and a quick way to document behavior and work completion.
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A table for student to fill out to help them learn and remember South Asia vocabulary. The first column is the vocabulary word, followed by a column for the students to write in the definition, a column for students to write in a sentence using the
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have spent 10 years teaching both regular and special education students in private residential treatment facilities, alternative schools, and public school settings. The majority of my experience has been teaching core content and social skills to students ages 10-18 with difficulties managing emotions and/or behaviors. This includes experience working with students with autism spectrum disorder as well as learning disabilities and an array of mental health concerns.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I truly believe that students come to school each day with the goal of succeeding. Encouraging students, motivating students, making them feel successful and excited about learning is the most effective way in ensuring student success. In addition to consistency, a good sense of humor, and constant efforts to form relationships with students, technology plays a huge role in my teaching style. We are teaching the first generation of students for whom technology has always been a way of life. Their parents grew up with technology and they have been immersed in it since they were born. We need to adjust our teaching styles to meet the world they are growing up in as well as the world they will become citizens of.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

University of Wisconsin Stevens Point Bachelors of Science: Elementary Education and Cognitive Disabilities Masters in Education General: Special Education

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Outside of school, I have a wonderful daughter who lights up my day, makes me laugh, and keeps me smiling. We love traveling, being outdoors, and spending as much time as possible exploring new areas.

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