Emily Enstice

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I have put together a free product that includes a KWLH activity, with the driving question in mind: Are spiders our friends? Other highlights of the product include -K-3 Next Generation Science Standards -Reading, writing, math and science
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've taught for nine years, mostly in first grade and I love it to pieces! I have also taught at a summer enrichment program for middle school students - Aim High. I was one of the founding directors of Aim High (Marin City location), in the San Francisco Bay area of California. I have also been the Director of SCORE! Learning Center (private computer based tutoring), taught Adult ESL as a volunteer in a Latino community outside of San Francisco, and worked with an education non-profit to research effective data systems in CA school districts. Moreover, I completed my doctoral dissertation entitled: Perceptions of Bilingualism and Home Language Maintenance and Loss: A Study of Latino Parents at a San Francisco Bay Area Elementary Charter School.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I've come to realize why a “one-size-fits-all” approach to teaching and learning never works! I strive to engage students with curriculum and projects that challenge students to take risks. I believe that students are not vessels waiting to be passively filled with facts. Rather, students have much to learn and experience, but also much to teach one another. Most importantly, I take a human rights approach to teaching character education by emphasizing our basic rights and responsibilities: creating a culture of respect, acceptance, and authentic caring is just as important as developing our intellects!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Eugene Marathon Women's Champion, 2009 5th Place Female Finisher, San Francisco Marathon, 2012

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I hold a B.S in Language Arts, a Masters Communication, Culture and Technology from Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. and an Ed.D. in International and Multicultural Education (Human Rights Education concentration) from University of San Francisco.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I love spending time with my husband, two Boston terriers (Chip and Burrito), and my little girl, Olive. I enjoy cooking,hiking, camping, reading, running, travelling and more. I have been a competitive runner for 22 years, travelling locally, nationally and internationally for events. I think children's minds and sincerity are true gifts and I am VERY blessed to teach these small people!

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