Miss Dubs

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United States - Minnesota - Wabasha
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From my love of elementary school to my new-found love of high school Special Ed.
 
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This 3 page file includes: a poster depicting examples of Verbally Aggressive-Negative talk an activity page for students to design a Positive Talk Poster a teacher instruction sheet describing how to use the poster and activity page This file
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This Contract was designed to work in conjunction with the Level System I designed, but also works as a stand-alone management tool. In cases when a student acts out or violates one of the following, the contract may be used: 1.Physically
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High School EBD Level System Use the Level System to encourage and reinforce with students that the choices they make have consequences, both positive and negative. This level system allows students to change a level each week, based on the last
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Another piece that accompanies my Level System. This poster can be used in the classroom or given as a handout. I use this poster to give my EBD students clear limits on what behaviors are not acceptable. I go over the poster and leave it in a
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

General Education: Grade 3 all subjects, Grade 8 Social Studies Special Education: Middle and High School EBD Level 3

MY TEACHING STYLE

I love to use manipulatives, hands-on activities, and cooperative teaching. Before planning a lesson I always ask myself: "Why are students learning this?" I always use that question to guide my lesson planning to focus on real-world relevance. Currently, I am teaching in a classroom that is grades 7 through 12. This poses a slight challenge in how to cover all subject areas for all of my students. While a lot of their learning is individualized, I take the opportunity to give whole-class lessons and activities to keep up practice of social skills and group learning.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

During my undergrad years I attended Saint Mary's University of Minnesota and was part of the LaSallian Honors Program.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

My first two years of school were spent at a small perochial school in Southeastern Minnesota. My family moved to Arlington, Minnesota when I started second grade. For one whole year I was in the public school setting. My mother was a stay-at-home parent who decided to home school my siblings and I, and so I was taught at home from 3rd to 6th grade. From 7th to 12th grade I attended a small, private school where I discovered my love of English and the Fine Arts. During my senior year, one of my Spanish assignments was to teach a short Spanish unit to the 2nd grade class in the elementary building across the street. That was my favorite assignment my entire high school career. Before that I had thought about teaching, but then my decision was solidified. After high school, I attended Saint Mary's University of Minnesota and graduated with a B.A. in Elementary Education.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

When I was teaching 8th grade Social Studies I told my students that they could call me Miss W. One of my students called me Miss Dubs instead and the name stuck!

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