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It is our responsiblity to teach students how to learn just as we teach them how to walk and talk.
 
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The fun construction theme has so many options! Students love the job names. The theme is great around a community unit, building with new construction, or someone just looking for a FUN theme. The packet includes printable & editable: 1.
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Completely editable multiplication fact bell ringers. Provide the bell ringers to students each day until they master each of the multiplication facts. These can also be modified to be used as in class worksheets or homework.
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Send your students on a site word hunt around schoo! Hang up site words all over the school and go on a quiet hunt. The students write down all the site words they find. When they complete it they must read each site word to a teacher or staff
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This bowling game is sure to get the students excited! My students request to play the game. They learn their math facts while playing a fun game!
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Incorporate these minute warning signs into your construction theme classroom or unit. Each warning sign includes 5 minute markers. I place these around the analog clock in my classroom.
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This activity can be completed as a class, independently, 1:1, or in small group. This is a great way for students to learn about themselves, to discuss zones of regulation and coping skills, as well as a great resource for counselors and teachers.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have experience teaching students ranging from multi needs, intellectual disabilities, ED, BD, Autism... I have taught in private and public schools as a substitute teacher, student teacher, and full time teacher. I currently am the primary teacher at a therapeutic alternative school. I am a special education teacher in a self-contained classroom working with students who need additional attention and support due to a combination of ED, BD, Autism, and psychological disorders.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Philosophy Motivate, educate, and respect each student you encounter. Everyone has the right to an education. As an Educator it is my responsibility to create a safe, motivating environment that fosters learning, mutual respect, and hope. Philosophy & Plan for Classroom Management During my placements and student teaching I experienced various classroom management and behavior management techniques. I believe in learning from those around me and therefore have taken what I have learned and observed and implemented them within my classroom. My philosophy of teaching is to motivate, educate, and respect each student I encounter. As an Educator it is my responsibility to create a safe, motivating environment that fosters learning, mutual respect, and hope. Classroom Environment & Expectations: I am committed to creating a classroom environment that is safe, engaging, and fosters personal and academic growth. It is imperative to have excellent communication with other staff in the classroom to ensure consistency in communication, strategy, behavioral and classroom management. Part of classroom management is not just leading students and staff, but managing the rules, expectations, boundaries, and keeping students engaged. I will establishing clear expectations and boundaries with students and ensure all staff and teachers maintain those expectations and boundaries to create consistency for students. It is just as important for students to know what we expected of them as it is what they can expect from their teacher and staff. Behavior: When students follow the rules, meet expectations, and utilize the social emotional tools they are being taught, I believe it is important to reward students to encourage future occurrences. Clear consequences for not following classroom and school rules will also be established. Daily Routine: I believe in setting up routines in the classroom with changes coming from the lessons and activities brought into the classroom. Students will be given the tools needed to learn to adapt to minor changes to the routines. In closing, it is important to create a team/community environment within the classroom where students feel safe and comfortable to learn, ask questions, ask for help, and of course have fun with learning.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Master of Arts Special Education- Lewis University, Conferred: May 2013 Masters of Arts of Educational Leadership- Argosy University Conferred: December 2008 Bachelor of Arts Social Science- Benedictine University Conferred: May 2001 *Emphasis in Psychology & Sociology *Minors in Gerontology & Social Work *Studied Special Education for 2 years * Vitas Hospice Social Work Internship

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