Fourteen years of laughing with, learning from, and sometimes even teaching something to students in the seventh and eighth grades My planning time and weekends are spent creating lessons and tasks that have an emphasis on differentiating for my students in Special Education.
Make kids think! Make kids believe they are smarter than they think they are! Make kids believe that they can learn and that mistakes are appreciated because if they knew everything, they wouldn't need to come to school and I wouldn't have a job.
A hodge-podge bulletin board layered with notes, drawings and cards from students and student-teachers. It reminds me why I love my job.
-A four year honours English-History degree from Trent University and a Con-current Education Degree from Queen's University. -Reading Part I -Special Education I and II -Hours spent reading professional resources
My school work is often interrupted by my husband, three cats and boxer-mastiff when they want me to cook them multi-coursed meals, go to the gym or have long discussions about books read and current events. The dog mainly just wants an excuse to nap on the bed.