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This is a multi-week project (could take anywhere from a week to a month depending on how much time you get to devote to Social Studies) where students work in groups researching a region of the U.S. Each student is a "travel agent" working with
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This one-page handout is a great accompaniment to any nonfiction text. Students simply read the text and answer the questions either on their own or as a group. This document includes twelve questions that require students to annotate or color-code
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Students complete this holiday inspired writing assignment with an emphasis on point of view and pronouns. Students choose one of the twelve prompts available and write a short paragraph in response. One paragraph is written in first person as if
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Here is an assignment where students are required to write a friendly letter. They can write the letter to the teacher, to their classmates, or I even had them write the letter to a pen pal. The letter includes an introduction, 5 body paragraphs
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Do you have trouble finding an editing checklist that includes ALL the skills you want students to edit for? Well, here you go! This is a customizable editing checklist that allows you to fill in skills as you learn them throughout the year. The
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This is a decimal project where students go "shopping" through local ads, creating a list of gifts they will buy for others. They will esitmate how much they will spend per person and then for everyone. They will then add the prices (adding
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I have created an easy-to-use resource for implementing book clubs in your classroom. After searching for something to use in my own classroom and not finding anything I loved, I decided to create my own. It is a collection of bookmarks that require
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Do you have trouble finding a revising checklist that includes ALL the skills you want students to revise for? Well, here you go! This is a customizable revising checklist that allows you to fill in skills as you learn them throughout the year. The
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Here is a guided organizer that allows students to read and answer any prompt. You make up a question you would like students to respond to. It can be content based or a creative prompt - the sky is the limit! Students then use the space provided to
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This easy-to-change slide template is perfect for integrating STEM into the reading, writing, and grammar curriculum. This product includes editable slides for NINE different bell work activities that will work with ANY STEM TOPIC! Each activity
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Please note, this product pairs with another product, STEM in the ELA Classroom - Editable Slide Template. Students use this recording sheet to write down their responses to the NINE different bell work activities that will work with ANY STEM
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am a current 6th grade ELA teacher at Oakville Middle School in St. Louis, Missouri. Reading and writing are my passions as well as incorporating technology into the classroom. I graduated from Missouri State University with a degree in Elementary Education and an eMINTS certification. I taught fourth grade my first year of teaching. Recently, I became a STEM Innovator for the Mehlville School District. More than just delivering lessons, I love to think, design, create, and reflect on all things educational.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Think. Create. Repeat. That pretty much sums up my first five years of teaching. What do I think about? Everything. Nothing. It all depends on the day. I brainstorm big ideas and plan projects. I think about how to incorporate district initiatives while designing my daily lessons. I ask questions and I solve problems. And, you know what? I enjoy it. I truly do. What do I create? All sorts of classroom resources. Ever since I was little, I’ve loved designing, creating, and building. It makes me feel alive. And happy! There is something highly rewarding about seeing an idea start as a small seed, begin to take root, and then grow and transform into something beautiful. Repeat. Why in the world would I re-think and re-create? Well, to test, troubleshoot, and try again helps me become a better teacher. It’s the whole growth mindset thing we’re trying to teach our students. Sure, it’s easy to say to ourselves that a lesson is great as it is. Why fix something that isn’t broken? But I bet if we look closely, we’ll find some small things that can be improved. It may be a challenge to do this consistently, but it’s important to not get too comfortable with the way things are. Changes are constantly coming at us. So why not embrace change? True growth happens when we venture out of our comfort zones and push past the way we’ve done things previously. There’s always something more to discover, more to learn, more to try. So yes, that is me in a nutshell. I think and I create, but most importantly I repeat. I re-think. I re-create. That is when I truly grow.

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2016 STEM Innovator

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

2008 Fort Zumwalt High School 2012 Missouri State University - Elementary Education 2012 - eMINTS certification 2013 - English grades 5 - 9 certification

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