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SUNY Oswego (Childhood Education)
I recently graduated in 2014 from SUNY Oswego with a bachelor's in childhood education. I spent my last semester student teaching in New York City with a second grade class and a fifth grade class. I've now worked with common core several times now and have been able to explain it to students in a way they will comprehend. I currently work in a preschool in Endicott while working towards my certification in teaching grades 1-6. I love being able to work with children and help them understand the materials given by teachers.
I try to find different ways for students to understand different subjects, since children learn in different ways. I try to incorporate technology, movement, and hand on materials to help students find their way to the answer. I love tutoring because it gives the student the one on one time that they cannot get inside the classroom.
I used to struggle with learning vocabulary myself. I've learned several different methods in my literacy classes that help students comprehend and use vocabulary.
I've taught common core in three different classrooms now in grades 2, 4, and 5.
I graduated with my bachelors in childhood education 1-6. I've worked in five different elementary classroom in total now.
There are so many different ways to learn phonics between technology and sound "monsters". I was placed in a SFA classroom where phonics was the main focus and was able to teach several phonics lessons.
I recently graduated in 2014 from SUNY Oswego with a bachelor's in childhood education. I spent my last semester student teaching in New York City with a second grade class and a fifth grade class. I've now worked
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