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University of Louisville (Elementary education)
My name is Kim F., I am 27 years old. I am married with a 3 month old baby boy. I am currently an elementary special education teacher at JCPS and I LOVE working with kids. I graduated from UofL and will be going back for my masters in 2016.
My favorite subject is reading and writing. I am not a specialist in these fields but I do work with emergent readers and writers daily. I know special techniques to use when teaching a child to read and write. I believe it is so important to learn basic sight words then progress to reading. When a child knows basic sight words, it makes reading much easier. When it comes to writing, I am a big proponent on neat handwriting, leaving spaces between words, and sizing. These are basic writing tools that must be learned first before moving on to more advanced sentence writing/building.
I work with special education students and I work with my students, daily, on beginning reading and writing skills. I have a degree in elementary education as well as LBD (learning behavior disorders).
I work in a elementary school and I know what it takes to provide students with confidence as well as provide meaningful work/games so students are successful.
I am currently a teacher and my passion in life is working with kids. I love to see when a student gets a new concept, it is so rewarding!! My name is Kim F., I am 27 years old. I am married with a 3 month old baby boy. I am currently an elementary special education teacher at JCPS and I LOVE working with kids. I graduated from UofL and will be going back for my masters in 2016.
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