I am relatively new to teaching, but that just means lots of fresh ideas. A lot of research goes into my lessons and activities, staying current with the latest research based practices. A lot of my activities are also based on life experience growing up with family in the special needs community. I look at activities from not only the teacher side (what concepts will be taught) but the student side (what might they find interesting or boring).
In teaching EC students, I have found the need for many hands on activities. I can't stand doing all worksheets and formal notes. We have to get down and dirty with math.
Teacher of PROMISE Award
I have a Bachelor's in Special Education with a concentration in Math.
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English Language Arts, Specialty, Math, Algebra, Arithmetic, Basic Operations, Fractions, Geometry, Graphing, Other (Math), Special Education, Math Test Prep, For All Subject Areas, Classroom Management, Statistics, Word Problems, Study Skills, Instructional Technology, Writing, Reading Strategies, Decimals, For All Subjects, Vocational Education