Resilient Teaching

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Discipline is not something you do to children, it's something you develop within them. --Dr. Becky Bailey
 
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This packet contains 10 Lesson Plans (Large Group, Small Group, and Recall) for rewiring the brain for safety, connection, happiness, and gratitude.
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Classroom Management, Early Intervention, Classroom Community
Grades:
PreK, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd
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As a teacher (and coach), I've realized we can do so much more to embed social-emotional skills into classroom jobs. Classroom jobs create a sense of community and provide us with an opportunity to guide positive social interactions that increase
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Classroom Management, School Counseling, Classroom Community
Grades:
PreK, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd
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This Self-Regulation book (and poster) contains concrete ideas with descriptions for helping children regulate their bodies during times of upset. This book is targeted toward children Preschool-2nd Grade. I recommend reading this with children
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Classroom Management, School Counseling, Early Intervention
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PreK, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd
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EBooks, Posters
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Are you a teacher that wants to increase positive classroom behaviors, love your job, and bring joy and play back to the classroom? Then you've come to the right place. As a graduate student in the M.Ed Early Intervention Program, I studied educational law, classroom management, behavior, and curriculum...it felt like a well-rounded program. However, as I entered the field as a Head Start teacher, I felt like something in my training was missing. I had painted this picture in my head of a classroom where all of the children came to school ready and excited to learn. My reality was a classroom of children where some were ready to learn, but some were also hungry, tired, and effected emotionally by events out of their control. My reality was feeling exhausted, putting out fires, commiserating with coworkers, and the occasional day where everything fell into place and reminded me why I love to teach. I soaked up every professional development opportunity like a sponge, hoping to become some kind of Snow White-esque teacher in an enchanted classroom. Does that sound familiar? I went to every training on classroom management, trauma, and behavior that I could get my hands on...but I always left saying, "But what do I do now?" I have GREAT news. No matter your age, role, or situation...your brain (and the brains you're teaching) can be rewired. I'm here with the "what do we do now?" piece. I've used my 7+ years of training and personal experience as an early childhood teacher and behavior consultant to create lesson plans that fit within your curriculum and literally rewire the brain for resilience. I hope you enjoy!

MY TEACHING STYLE

Play-Based Learning Focus on Social-Emotional Development and Executive Function Skills 5 Ingredients of Active Learning Inquiry Based Learning

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Invited Speaker, HighScope International Conference, Detroit, MI, 2019 Invited Speaker, Michigan Head Start Association Conference, 2019, Ann Arbor, MI 2019 Invited Speaker, Michigan Division of Early Childhood Conference, 2019, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI, 2019 Invited Speaker, Michigan Association for the Education of Young Children, Grand Rapids, MI, 2018 Invited Speaker, Early Childhood Collaborative Conference, Dearborn, MI, 2017

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I received a Master of Education in Early Childhood Intervention Specialist from Kent State University in 2012 and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology-Linguistics from University of Michigan-Ann Arbor in 2012. I have graduate coursework in Applied Behavior Analysis, Psychology, Curriculum Development, and Child Development.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

When I'm not teaching, I enjoy playing the harp, hiking with my dog, Cooper, and baking bread.

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