Georgian Court University (Elementary Education)
I graduated with a dual-certified Elementary Education degree and a minor in Psychology. I have had wonderful experiences in my student teaching and jobs in the elementary schools. I am very creative and love to explore websites and teacher resources to make sure all of my students get the best education they can. I get energized when teaching students, especially when I see the look on their faces when they finally get it. I never let my students feel bad about themselves when they do not get something I have taught. I always differentiate my instruction so that all the students have the best opportunity to excel and achieve greatness. I have only just begun putting my mark in education, and I look forward to a long lifetime as an educator. I promise to give you the best chance to excel in your areas of struggle.
When tutoring, I love to examine a students work habits and strengths. Then I pull from their strengths and focus on their difficulties. I research and print out packets and worksheets that can help aid the students. One on One tutoring works well for most students, but I am able to adapt to anything. Tutoring students in the comfort of their own home or library allows the students to be less distracted and more comfortable with the tutoring process. I graduated with a dual-certified Elementary Education degree and a minor in Psychology. I have had wonderful experiences in my student teaching and jobs in the elementary schools. I am very creative and love to explore websites and teacher resources to make sure all of my students get the best education they can. I get energized when teaching
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Each year in school is different and more challenging. As an elementary teacher, I am responsible for making the transition from one grade to another as smooth a possible. It is up to me to provide the most up-to-date information and learning techniques into my lessons. I have to develop lessons based on each individual class and each students learning style. I also must remain educated on the new school curriculum and expectations of the school and state for our students. I must keep educating myself on the lessons and material that I am expected to teach to make sure I can offer the best information. These are the building years where students start to form opinions about school and change their attitudes about going every day. It is my job to make the best impression and include creativity, intrigue and knowledge into all of my lessons.
When it comes to studying, I try to keep my students organized. I copy and help take notes in an organized fashion so when it comes to studying, they have everything they need. I use multiple strategies of flashcards, games, mnemonics, memory tricks and studying from the notes. I also try to get my students to see the most important information and focus on that rather than consume their minds with unnecessary information.