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Stockton University (Sustainability)
I am a certified substitute teacher and teacher assistant. I have experience teaching pre-school through 6th grade. I have prepared creative lessons, delivered material in effective ways to groups of students, and have proficiently managed a classroom setting. I have experience as an aid for children with special needs. In those times I have provided lessons to those students who have more difficulty understanding the material in a way that was suitable for their understanding. I have expressed the ability to relate to students on a level that resonates with them and productively implement lessons that they can understand.
I am studying science at Rowan University and have experience as an elementary school substitute teacher and teacher's assistant. As a student who is concentrating in science, I am able to provide a plethora of knowledge in all areas of sciences. As a substitute teacher, I am able to provide lessons that will properly fit a student's need.
I am a certified substitute teacher and teacher assistant. I have experience teaching pre-school through 6th grade. I have prepared creative lessons, delivered material in effective ways to groups of students, and have proficiently managed a classroom setting. I have experience as an
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