University of Saint Joseph (Special Education)
Hi there, my name is Christina! I am a certified teacher in the Stamford Public Schools. I am certified for Elementary Ed K-6 and Special Ed K-12.
I am currently working as a special education teacher for kindergarten-third grade. I graduated from the University of Saint Joseph in May 2015 and this is my second year as a teacher.
I am looking for a tutoring job within the Stamford area for after school. I can work with your child on anything from phonics to math or even to get him or her prepared for kindergarten! Please message me with any further questions. I look forward to working with you and your child! Hi there, my name is Christina! I am a certified teacher in the Stamford Public Schools. I am certified for Elementary Ed K-6 and Special Ed K-12.
I am currently working as a special education teacher for kindergarten-Read more
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I just recently graduated from the University of Saint Joseph. During my education there and throughout professional development I was taught a lot about the Common Core. I am now a special education teacher and link all of my students goals and objectives to common core state standards. For all of my lesson plans, I must indicate what standard I am teaching. In my classroom I make the standards child friendly so they know exactly what we are going to be working on.
I am a first year special education teacher. I am certified to teach special education K-12 and General Education K-6. I am currently teaching Orton-Gillingham, which is a multi-sensory phonics program. The program is a five-part lesson plan that is designed to be integrated into the curriculum. Orton-Gillingham is sequentially structured and logically presented. Some lessons focus on letter/sound recognition, segmenting and blending, vowel intensive drills and red words. The phonics program has components that utilize multi-sensory learning pathways (seeing, speaking, hearing and touching) that are administered throughout. During student teaching I also used FUNdations which is another phonics program which provides strategies for phonemic awareness, word study, reading fluency, spelling, handwriting, and vocabulary.