.Wayne State University (Elementary education)
.Wayne State University (Master's)
I have a Masters and a degree in Elementary Education from Wayne State University. This is my Thirteenth Year as a certified elementary teacher. I have worked in Detroit, Hamtramck, and Southwest Detroit. I enjoy kids of all ages. My focus is to increase their academic abilities and social skills.
The teaching style that I use focuses on the student-centered learning method (scl). This model traces students how to take ownership of their learning. I allow students to utilize personal, Hands-On materials that will help foster their learning. I adapt to their learning styles to create assessments.
I understand that today's society is competitive. By using a common core standards I can create rigorous lesson. This is the standard that all students across America in a particular grade level must achieve. I can create that bridge of success.
I can incorporate the Orton-Gillingham method for phonics and also utilize sections of the Success For All phonics series.
You must have patience to teach spelling. I can help students break down a word and understand its meaning (base words, prefixes, suffixes).
I want to make your tutoring experience fun and educational. Contact me to experience of student-centered learning. I have a Masters and a degree in Elementary Education from Wayne State University. This is my Thirteenth Year as a certified elementary teacher. I have worked in Detroit, Hamtramck, and Southwest Detroit. I enjoy kids of all ages. My focus is to increase their academic abilities and social skills.
The teaching style that I use focuses
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Working for a particular school district, all of our lessons were based on common core standards. I would locate a particular standard for third grade math: fractions. Being able to understand the student task, if was able to create 3 part lesson that included: hands on activity, small group instruction, and assessment.
Within my 13 years of teaching, I received training in the Orton Gillingham method, Success for All, and Open Court. Each program was designed for student in grades k to 2 to increase their phonemic awareness. Using hands on materials and small group activities, I can help students exceed their academic expectation.