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Providence College (Elem Spec. Education)
My name is Julianne. I am a 2014 graduate of Providence College with a degree in Elementary and Special Education. I am currently a 6th grade special education teacher in Holbrook, MA where I have been since August 2014. I absolutely love being a teacher and I know it it definitely the career for me. I receive so much joy from seeing my students' successes and knowing that I can help make a difference in the lives of my students.
Before becoming a full-time special education teacher, I was a long-term substitute in New Bedford for the end of the school year. Because I was so eager to begin my career, I started this position the day after my college graduation. I actually drove to this job with my cap and gown in the back of my car - I was just too eager to begin my career as an educator! I look forward to bringing my talents and passion for teaching into a summer tutoring position to help students out there increase their confidence and skills over the course of the summer months.
As a teacher, I have learned many different approaches to teaching Common Core State Standards math concepts for grades 3-6. I understand that no two students learn alike and therefore I aim to apply hands-on, interactive activities into my lessons to help students gain mastery. My experiences make me qualified to teach elementary math, prealgebra, and basic geometry.
One of my greatest accomplishments as a teacher was receiving my Orton Gillingham certification. I have completed multiple trainings for this phonics based program and am currently implementing aspects of the program into my daily instruction for students. I also have experience with Fountas and Pinnell benchmarks and Dibels running records.
I am available every day of the week beginning at the end of June 2016 until the end of August 2016. My hours are flexible and I am more than willing to work with a student upon his or her request. Locations can vary, as well. I have my own car for transportation and feel the location must be where a student will feel most comfortable learning. I look forward to hearing from you soon in regards to how we can work together as a team to help you feel more confident and successful in your learning!
My name is Julianne. I am a 2014 graduate of Providence College with a degree in Elementary and Special Education. I am currently a 6th grade special education teacher in Holbrook, MA where I have been since August 2014. I absolutely love being a teacher and I
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For the past 5 summers, I have worked at a YMCA camp and worked directly with one camper in particular who has autism. After working with this camper in the summer setting, I became his special education teacher for both 5th and 6th grade. I created and currently implement his behavior plan, meet with a BCBA to discuss strategies and interventions, and have collaborated with autism specialists in regards to his needs and increasing my awareness and ability to work effectively with students with autism.
As an educator, I use Common Core State Standards daily across all curricula areas. Daily instruction is aligned to address these standards and my formal and informal assessments are designed to assess students' understanding and mastery toward meeting these standards. My lesson plans highlight certain Common Core State Standards and I have attended Professional Development workshops geared toward unpacking the standards for classroom implementation.
Currently, I hold certifications in Elementary 1-6 in the states of Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
As a current special educator, I have received trainings in curriculum planning, Common Core State Standards, and differentiated instruction to help all students feel successful in mathematics. I currently use the enVisions math program, but have also worked with Every Day Math and engageNY curricula. I currently service students in a small group for math development that focuses on mastering basic skills in order to better meet grade level standards.
During my time as a special education teacher, I have completed Orton Gillingham trainings on phonics development (30 hour training), advanced continuum, and comprehension training. I apply aspects of this curriculum into my daily instruction to help my current students develop their reading fluency skills.
After completing the 30 hour basic training, the advanced continuum, and the comprehension trainings for the Orton Gillingham reading program, I am certified to deliver phonics based instruction using a multi-sensory approach. I currently service a small group of students who need intensive interventions in order to be better equipped to meet their IEP goals and objectives. Daily instruction focuses on phonics, reading comprehension strategies, decoding practice, and fluency development. My goal is to help my students become life long learners and lovers of reading and I invite the opportunity to help you develop your skills and feel more confident in your abilities.
I am currently a 6th grade special education teacher. I hold both MA and RI certifications in the area of Special Education. My MA certification is for mild/moderate needs for grades K-8 and my RI certification is for Elementary/Middle also grades K-8.