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Your students will feel like teenage scientists when they make their own test strips and use them to test liquids for their PH level. The classroom-made strips react just like the commercial ones to reveal whether the liquid is acid, base or
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Use popcorn to entice your students to think critically and predict what might happen if you alter popcorn kernels before popping them. By using predicting, observation, and critical thinking skills, students can discover what is happening inside
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Explore the property of surface tension of water by doing experiments using a penny, a cardboard fish or a string. See how the water molecules hold together and how you can break them apart. Students will learn what water molecules look like, how
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Here is an easy center your students can use all year long. These topic cards can be used as a choice during writing center time. Students choose a topic and write as many words related to that topic as they can. It really gets them thinking
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This is a beginning of the year unit for kindergarten or first graders to learn to read color words. It integrates science/art concepts of primary and secondary colors and provides opportunities for the students to explore mixing colors, following
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Students play in pairs to roll 2 or 3 dice to add together. They place their tokens on a game board and try to get rid of their pieces first. These 2 games reinforce basic addition skills. Use regular dice or dice with numbers to practice
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Your students will have fun moving as molecules would in a solid, liquid and gas! They will learn that molecules are always moving, even though they can't be seen. This is a fun, short activity to incorporate into your lessons on Matter.
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SWEET stands for Students Want Everything Extra Tidy! It starts with an organized home folder with a colorful cover and stickers inside so students know which papers come back and which ones stay at home. Then continue the theme by using the big
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've taught primary grades for 30 years in both regular education and education of the hearing impaired. I have many lessons I've developed over the years to help my students learn. I've also been trained as a literacy classroom demonstration teacher using the balanced literacy method. My drawers are full of ideas and I want to share them with you.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I teach the students using scaffolding and the gradual release of responsibility model. I begin by demonstrating the new concept by modeling and linking the new learning to old. We continue by practicing the new learning together, eventually having the students demonstrate the learning independently. I have high expectations for my students, making them think for themselves before I guide them to an answer. We get a lot of learning done!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Twice I have been honored by receiving the Teacher of Distinction award in our annual Golden Apple Awards, sponsored by the Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce and many large businesses in Green Bay. Teachers are nominated anonymously by parents, students, or fellow teachers. Then nominated teachers must submit a written essay if they are to be considered for the award. Selected teachers are granted an interview. From there, the Teachers of Distinction and the final Golden Apple award winners are chosen.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I received my BS in Education and in Communication Disorders from Marquette University. I received my MA in Education of the Hearing Impaired from Gallaudet University in Washington D.C. I have since completed my Professional Development Certificate from the University of Wisconsin, Green Bay.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I live in DePere, Wisconsin, where I met my husband, Bill. Bill is a skilled carpenter and contractor. We have raised two children in this lovely city. Both are successfully employed. Our son, Paul, is working at a local business as a Business and Market Development Analyst and is married to a wonderful woman. Our daughter, Emily, is a dentist, who graduated from Marquette University Dental School. We are very proud of them! I have been working in the Green Bay Public Schools for my entire career.

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