I taught French and Spanish at the middle school and high school levels for seven years, and worked as a high school instructional coach for three years. I currently work for a University Center for Global Initiatives, and teach a global education service learning experience to undergraduates. One of my passions is teaching with technology!
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-November Best Technology Practice; chosen by school technology specialist for use of ePals project. -Winner of the NC-AATF Concours Pedagogique 2008 lesson plan contest to be published in the bulletin. -Certificate of Honor from The American Association of Teachers of French (AATF); awarded for students high placement on the National French Exam -Recognition of Outstanding Achievement from The Chapel Hill- Carrboro Board of Education; recognized for students high placement on both The National French Exam and The National Spanish Exam.
-North Carolina State University,Masters in French with Education Certification, 2008 -The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Bachelor of Arts in Education and French, and minor in Spanish -Michigan and North Carolina Certification in Secondary Education, 2003 -North Carolina Secondary English Language Arts Certification, 2013 -Institut de Formation International (Groupe ESC Rouen), Rouen, France, Michigan State University Study Abroad program
Websites: -Follow me on Facebook at Liz's Lessons! http://www.facebook.com/pages/Lizs-Lessons/138662486207026 Follow my Blog! http://lizslessons.blogspot.com/ Follow me on Twitter! http://twitter.com/#!/LizsLessons Follow me on Pinterest! http://pinterest.com/LizsLessons Folllow on Instagram @lizs_lessons -Check out my educational bookmark library on Diigo at http://www.diigo.com/user/Ebucrek
English Language Arts, Grammar, Vocabulary, Math, Science, Social Studies - History, European History, World Language, French, Spanish, Other (World Language), For All Subject Areas, Writing, en Français, Holidays/Seasonal, Back to School, Thanksgiving, Christmas/ Chanukah/ Kwanzaa, Poetry, Halloween, Winter, Valentine's Day, Presidents' Day, St. Patrick's Day, Easter, Spring, Earth Day, Summer, End of Year