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Florida State University (German Education)
Florida State University (Master's)
I am a passionate educator with experience teaching grades K-8. My specific areas of strength are reading, writing, science, and math in the elementary classroom. I have a master's degree in Reading and Language Arts and am certified in Elementary Education (K-6) as well as Reading and Language Arts (K-12). I look for ways to meet the specific needs of my students by individualizing their instruction. I enjoy looking for engaging and innovative ways to teach and help students achieve their goals.
I have a graduate degree in Reading and Language Arts and have specifically focused on working with students in the K-8 classroom within all areas of reading. These areas include phonics, phonemic awareness, vocabulary, comprehension, and fluency.
I have been in the elementary classroom for the last 10 years and have spent the last 3 working, developing, and teaching STEM (science, technology, engineering, math).
I have worked with early childhood education, specifically in the K-2 classroom as well as holding a graduate degree in Reading and Language Arts. Working in the K-2 classrooms gave me the opportunity to work specifically with phonics and phonemic awareness skills.
I believe in fun, engaging learning opportunities that meet the needs of each individual learner. I enjoy specializing these learning opportunities to optimize student goals. I am a passionate educator with experience teaching grades K-8. My specific areas of strength are reading, writing, science, and … Read more
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