I have had experience in many different grade levels through my undergraduate experience. I put in many hours in kindergarten and first grade classrooms and student taught in a fourth grade classroom. After graduating with my undergrad, I became a learning tutor for grades K-4 in Newington, CT. A year later I landing a one year teaching position in Bristol, CT in a first grade classroom. The following year I began teaching first grade at a private school in Kensington, CT. I will be going into my third year as a first grade teacher.
I am a very positive, bubbly and bright teacher. I believe in student centered education. I think it is important to change your teaching style to meet the needs of the students in your classroom. My classroom is chalkboard and bright themed. In my classroom, the year is filled with learning, excitement and cherished memories. My classroom fosters a positive learning environment where students are encouraged to take learning risks. The child will be able to feel comfortable and invited knowing that they can be themselves and make educational mistakes freely. My goal is to inspire, encourage, and engage each and every student in the learning process.
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I graduated Central Connecticut State University in 2014 with my undergrad in Elementary Education (K-6). I also completed my masters at the University of Saint Joseph in Early Childhood Education/ Special Education. I have taught in both private a public school settings. In 2017 I was blessed to attend NSTA National Conference in LA California. I look forward to continuing my education through more conferences to learn more about the world of education.
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