9 weeks in a general education grade 3 classroom. This class was made of 20 students, 3 on IEP's and 1 identified with Down Syndrome. 9 weeks in a general education grade 5/6 split classroom. This class was made of 35 students, 12 on IEP's, and of the 12 IEP's 4 were modified to a grade 1-2 level.
In my experiences I have learned a lot about my teaching style--patience to reach all students. I strongly believe it is important to be patient in order to appropriately reach all students in their educational needs.
Completed Masters of Education Degree in 2016, GPA: 3.733 (93%)
Out of high school I was young and really wasn't sure what I wanted to choose as a career. I went to a local college and received a General Arts and Science Diploma. From there, I went to Brock University. I started at Brock again in a general university program. After first year I transferred into the Child and Youth Studies program, where I completed a 3 year Bachelor's degree. After completing my degree, I was 100% sure that I wanted to be an elementary teacher. I attended D'Youville College and there I received my Masters of Science- Childhood Education degree.
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English Language Arts, Reading, Spelling, Vocabulary, Specialty, Math, Geometry, Measurement, Science, Basic Principles, Social Studies - History, Physical Education, Geography, Other (ELA), General Science, Phonics, Close Reading