Vanessa Bingham

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Vanessa Bingham
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"A teacher affects eternity; she can never tell where her influence stops. - Henry Adams".
 
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Get to know your students, and let them get to know you, using this fun Facebook-inspired template. Students fill in information about their favorite books, movies, and activities, as well as their friends and family. Create a fun bulletin board
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Use this lesson to help teach tolerance and appreciation of individual differences. Throughout this lesson, students will acknowledge their own differences and learn that it is these differences that make them special. You will need the book "Don't
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Use this book to teach your students about proper table manners. This book uses simple language to help young students learn basic table manners. To make the book more meaningful, you could take pictures of students in your class demonstrating these
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Use this book to teach your students about proper table manners. This book uses simple language to help young students learn basic table manners. To make the book more meaningful, you could take pictures of students in your class demonstrating these
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When meeting one-on-one with students for a reading conference, it can be difficult to find a way to record the wealth of information that you learn. Use this form to record information about the student's comprehension and reading fluency. Also
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These lessons, created for about a week, introduce students to the importance of asking questions about the books the read. In these lessons, students will learn to ask questions before, during, and after they read. They will use sticky notes to
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Create your own 'Sorry!' game using these templates. All of the cards from the original 'Sorry!' game are here, all you need to do is add your own sight words, vocabulary words, math problems - get creative! Students play 'Sorry!' as they normally
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Use this Power Point in conjunction with the Don't Laugh at Me lesson, also found on this website, to help teach appreciate of individual differences. You can also add pictures of your own students to the Power Point to make it even more powerful.
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Use this survey at the beginning of the year to get an understanding for how your students feel about math. Then, make it your mission to help students improve their attitude about math. Have students take the survey again at the end of the year to
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In this week-long sequence of lessons, students will learn about the writing trait of Voice. Students will learn to identify when strong voice is present in a sample, and will add their own voice to boring samples. All of the hand-outs you need are
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Help your students understand and remember all those tricky figurative language terms: onomatopoeia, alliteration, metaphor, personification, simile. These posters not only give the definition, but also provide examples for teach term.
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By having parents fill out this very quick, easy-to-understand survey, you will gain insight into your students' attitude about reading and their reading habits at home. Also learn about how your students' parents are involved in their children's
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Have students take this reading survey early in the school year to provide you with some valuable insight into their feelings about reading. Use it to target students who may not like reading and try to figure out why. Have students take the survey
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In this lesson, students will learn the difference between "Right There" and "Think and Search" questions by reading fun, entertaining stories that will engage students. This lesson incorporates whole group and partner activities. All of the
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Students often confuse the short /i/ and short /e/ sounds. This Power Point reviews each of the sounds before mixing them up. Students look at pictures and the teacher says the word associated with the picture. Students then identify if the middle
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This book study is designed to be used with small groups. It contains all of the plans needed for a 5-day book study, as well as rubrics for final projects.Each day contains discussion prompts,topics and vocabulary to discuss before reading the next
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These 'Sorry!' cards contain sight words from the Dolch words lists 1,2, and 3. The cards have all the same rules as the regular 'Sorry!' game, only students must also read the sight word on the card. Print these out on colored card stock, cut them
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Use this fun, interactive lesson to help students understand that multiplication is simply repeated addition. By using cookies to represent the group, and chocolate chips to represent the number in each group, students will quickly grasp the concept
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These 'Sorry!' cards contain sight words from the Dolch words lists 7, 8, and 9. The cards have all the same rules as the regular 'Sorry!' game, only students must also read the sight word on the card. Print these out on colored card stock, cut them
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So many students struggle differentiating between the lowercase b and the lowercase d. This Power Point walks students through recognizing first the lowercase letter b, and then the lowercase letter d. At the end of the Power Point, students
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have completed 2 years as a 4th and 5th grade special education teacher for students with learning disabilities, behavioral disabilities, mental handicaps, and other health impairments. For the 2012-2013 school year, I will also be teaching 3rd grade. I try to do as much co-teaching in the general education classroom as possible, but all have pull-out groups for intense, focused interventions.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Because I am a special education teacher, I do a lot of direct, focused instruction. I love co-teaching with general education teachers, and try to incorporate more of it every year. I really feel that keeping my students with special needs in the classroom is the best way for most of them to learn. I love to engage my students in hands-on activities. I have them 'be the teacher' a lot, which not only lets me see what they have learned, but also allows them to gain confidence when teaching to their peers.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Graduated Cum Laude with High Distinction with my undergraduate degree

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

May 2012 - Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Doane College May 2010 - Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education, Special Education, and Early Childhood Education from Doane College May 2006 - High School Diploma

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I am a young teacher and love finding and using new and exciting teaching tools in my classroom. I hope you find my materials useful!

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