I graduated Mary Lou Fulton Teachers college from ASU, with a BA in Early Childhood Education/special Ed. (Birth to age 8/grade 3). I have volunteered serving 3 and 4 year olds in my church community, have interned weekly with Kindergarten and preschool, have student taught with 2nd graders and infants/toddlers, and have also cared for children ages 1-5 in my most recent couple years.
I am a list-maker, question-asker, and choice-giver. I am experimental in engaging students in hands-on ways, especially if music is involved. I like when students can stand in class and talk in line. I like when students can put down pencils while learning, and instead can sing or move. I focus on giving students choice, and am practicing a lot of differentiation styles for all learning levels. The toughest experience in differentiating was having a class of 30+ 2nd graders, from a few students who could not read the whole alphabet to students reading at 3rd and 4th grade levels. Having to accommodate to that was not only necessary, but was a challenge, and it was as successful as it could have been.
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May 2015: Early Childhood and Early Childhood Special Education (BAE)
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