Jessica Anderson

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Jessica Anderson
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I found this idea on Pinterest but couldn't find a file of all the logos in one place. The original image I saw had mostly NCAA with prominent football teams, and I wanted a wider variety of schools, so it is not exactly the same as what I saw. At
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After spending hours looking for an NHS Induction and Officer Installation Script that was not only 100% complete, but also easy to read at a podium, I am publishing what I created. We were going to do the Officer Installtion Ceremony separate
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This is a rubric I created for grading students math notebooks. You will notice that if a student is above standard in all categories they will receive 30/25. You can adjust this or leave it; I wanted to give an opportunity for some extra credit.
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These fraction quizzes were created for my freshmen that really struggled with fraction operations. The quizzes follow a CBM model in that each problem tests one or two specific skills and is formatted the same way for each quiz. This will allow
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This form was created based on the boxes we have to fill for our Gifted IEP's in Tienet. I use this with my high school students, but it could be adjusted for middle school. If you purchase the form, I have a Google Form version that I can share
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This is a unique test in that it is not just problems that the students solve, they have to correct problems and write explanations. The purpose of this is to try to get them to stop and think about the common concept errors we see when working
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This is a lesson that I wrote for student teaching. The format is what was required for WA TPA in 2013. It contains the information that I used for my specific situation but I think that they serve as a good example for what information you might
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This foldable was created to help students understand the basics of slope and y-intercept, particularly with slope-intercept form. I have left the example for the word problems and graph blank because I orgininally had students create the word
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This is a practice test for my Exponents and Logarithms test. Answer key will be posted soon.
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This is a low floor/high ceiling math problem that I saw an example of at a conference. When I had my Algebra 1 students do this, I made them get up at the end and present their best efforts whether they got it right or wrong. Students could work
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This is a sheet I created for the mentoring class that I have. However, it would be good to use with any students that you want to have keep track of their grades in their classes and their use of class time. Print single or double sided
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have now done every level of Special Education except for medically fragile. My original major was Mathematics before I switched to Special Education. I started out with my first practicum in 7th grade math in Spokane, WA. My next practicum was for SpEd at the high school I split my time working with students with significant Autism and severe agressive behaviors and working with students with moderate to severe disabilities on functional academics. I then completed a practicum in elementary resource. My student teaching was back at the high school. My first year teaching was in high school Life Skills and Resource in Duvall, WA. My second year teaching was at a private high school in Burien, WA where I taught Resource Pre-Algebra, Resource Algebra 1, Resource Geometry, and co-taught inclusion Intermediate Algebra-Trig. I then moved to Gallup, NM where I am currently in my second year as a high school Gifted and Talented teacher. Last year I was helped out a long-term sub and taught one preiod of regular Algebra 1 first semester, and one period of regular Algebra 2 second semester. I have some stuff that I can't put up for sale because it was given to me by colleagues, but if you're looking for something, especially for SpEd and I don't have it up, please feel free to email me because I might have something.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I don't really have a specific style other than I tend to differentiate on an individual level and not necessarily within assignments, but by the help I provide, student pairings, and other adjustments I can make. My students always understand that I see them as individuals and therefore can vary my expectations to meet their individual needs. I tend to be very real with my students and really focus on developing that positive relationship.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

National Honors Society Advisor Patriots Accessing Campuses Advisor (check out our FB page) Not really an honor/award but thought this was better than it getting lost in everything else.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Started out at Gonzaga University in 2007 majoring in Mathematics and seeking my secondary math certification. After the economy crashed, I transferred to Eastern Washington University in fall 2010. I attempted to keep up with my math major but struggled with the difference in faculty availability for help, and the switch from semesters to quarters. I had picked up a minor in Special Education, and after struggling for a year decided to switch my major. I graduated from EWU in 2013 with a BAE in Special Education. I am currently taking classes online with Whitworth University to complete a Gifted Endorsement.

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Interesting fact: I am training to be a hot air balloon pilot. The funds I raise here will go to purchasing a balloon and paying for balloon insurance, so I greatly appreciate your business.

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