Jenna Hanfland

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What's the point?? Tired of teaching a fantastic lesson and students can't tell you what is was all about? Q-TIPP is a visual graphic organizer designed to help students organize key ideas from lessons including essential question, a more focused
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Easy data collection form for special education or for RTI. Record information about the setting, activity, how many steps the directions included, and how many steps the student successfully completed. It includes an area for anecdotal notes as
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This is a visual cue menu perfect for desks or notebooks to provide a visual reminder what staying on task looks like. Great for kids who need a little extra help remembering what "paying attention" looks like.
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This handy little visual will help students remember what they're working on and provide a quick and painless data collection form for you! Use it to see any patterns or trends that may be found across the curriculum, time of day, or day of the
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I have a vast professional experience and have taught grades kindergarden through 10th grade in regular education and special education. While in regular education I taught a 5th grade EIP class as well as being the regular ed 5th grade counterpart in an inclusion classroom. Special education models I have taught include inclusion, resource, small group, and self-contained. My experiences include teaching a 6th through 9th grade classroom in a building that specialized solely with students who had severe behavioral issues and had been removed from their home school. I was also hired at Warren Township High School in Illinois to design and implement their self-contained program for 9th and 10th graders dealing with severe emotional issues. I have worked successfully with students with disabilities ranging from learning disabilities, MID, autism, and emotional/behavioral disorders. I am certified in every subject (LA, Reading, Math, Science, Social Studies) in both regular education and special education in grades pre-k through 8th grade and an additional certification for high school language arts. I also hold a certification as a Teacher Support Specialist as well as in Emotional/Behavioral Disorders. Personally, my youngest son was diagnosed with Autism as a toddler, and my oldest son was diagnosed with ADHD. As such I have been able to make a stronger connection to the parents I work with as I am knowledgeable of their struggles and concerns. Also as a parent of students with disabilities, I go the extra mile to communicate with families and to provide a connection and transition between home and school.


While being very structured, I like to use humor and fun activities to keep kids engaged. I incorporate activities that allow kids to participate at the smart board and use games to keep them interested. There's nothing better than "tricking" them into learning. I also use different types of modalities such as visual, auditory, and kinesthetic. The more ways you give them information, the more chances they have to retain it.


Honors: 1)Recognition Award for Scholarship, Leadership, and Service from the Department of Special Education at Eastern IL University 2)United States National Collegiate Award 3)All-American Scholar (At-Large Division) Special Training: 1) certified in Non-violent Crisis Prevention through the Crisis Prevention Institute of America 2) Language! Reading Intervention Program 3) Fundations Reading Intervention Program 4)iRespond technology training 5) Promethean board training 6) Math-U-See math intervention program


I double majored in elementary and special education at Eastern Illinois University while also graduating with a minor in humanities.


I have two sons who keep me busy. They have taught me a lot about teaching kids with different learning styles as one has Aspergers and the other has ADHD.

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