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Anderson University (Elementary Education)
I am currently a 4th grade teacher on the southside of Indianapolis. And I have taught both 4th and 5th grades. I earned my bachelor's degree from Anderson University and am currently looking to pursue my master's degree.
I have a deep understanding of the EveryDay Math series. I know that they may seem confusing at first, but with my experience, it has shown to improve students' depths of knowledge. I have been teaching this series for 11 years and will continue to in the future.
I am a strong math person. I see it as a puzzle - one that can be solved as long as we can get the rough edges ironed out. If you are struggling, consider contacting me. I may be the key that you need to understanding math. I am currently a 4th grade teacher on the southside of Indianapolis. And I have taught both 4th and 5th grades. I earned my bachelor's degree from Anderson University and am currently looking to pursue my master's degree.
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I have enjoyed the game of chess for many years. About 5 years ago, I started to teach my class of 4th graders on how to play chess. I had many different levels of players that needed different ways of instruction. Some needed coaching about a move, some were being taught the ways a piece can move, and some were being taught to think about what their opponent was going to do next. To teach them to think as their opponent, I would occasionally have them switch seats so they could start to see a game plan that others would have.