St. Thomas University (English)
St. Thomas University (Master's)
I am a K-6 ESE teacher who has 6 years of experience teaching children on the autism spectrum. I teach multiple subject areas including reading, writing, math, science, art, social skills, vocabulary, Spanish, and PE. I am familiar with ABA and am trained in DIR Floortime.
I have my BA in English, and I have worked with students of all ages and grades (K-Graduate and Law School) teaching proofreading, grammar, rhetoric, comprehension, literacy, vocabulary, etc.
I am currently teaching K-6 in an ESE setting with children on the autism spectrum. I teach all subject areas and use a variety of curricula and individualized materials for learning.
I have been teaching children with ASD for 6 years. I am trained in ABA, DIR Floortime, AAC, PECs, and Supported Typing (formerly known as Facilitated Communication).
I am fluent in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, And Publisher. I have used Excel and Navision. I am very computer literate and can often navigate my way through any site or program.
I have taught social studies with my K-6 students.
I ran cross country and track from middle school through college, and I also played softball for several years. I was a cross country coach while in graduate school. I am also familiar with baseball, as I am an avid fan, and I also play golf with my current students.
I am a K-6 ESE teacher who has 6 years of experience teaching children on the autism spectrum. I teach multiple subject areas including reading, writing, … Read more
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